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"Here's a letter to the New York Post
The worst piece of paper on the east coast
Matter of fact the whole state's forty cents
in New York City fifty cents elsewhere
It makes no goddamn sense at all
America's oldest continuously published daily piece of bulls--t"
I think that they try to have legit. stories and reporting, but they are also famous for gossip columns and tabloid style cover photos and stories.
Actually, its a better paper than most might think. Is it sensational? absolutely.
Page Six is known as a gossip page, but no different really than the certain elements of the NY York Times (where to you think the term "society page: came from?) as well as the Washington Post, where you can find that, for example Chairman Greenspan and his wife, NBC "correspondant" Andrea Mitchell have tea at former secretary of State "Aunt Bea" Albright's swanky Georgetown digs.
The Post's Business section is better than the times by far.
And for Sports fans no paper covers the home team better.