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NYTimes 4 Sale



Well, its online content anyway--are you ready for NYT Gold and NYT Silver? Willing to shell out $50 to $150 annually to read The New York Times website? Your first response is likely "Fuck no" or "Genius!" (the latter applying only to other struggling newspaper moguls, of course--hiya, Mr. Singleton). ---

But wait! What if they threw in a tote bag? Or "the story behind the story"? Free crossword puzzles? A handjob from the paperboy every other Sunday morning (tip not included)? Read the NYT Master Plan, as obtained by Gawker.com: