New 'New York Times' Pop-Up Newspaper To Offer Peace On The Brink
By Bill McRobotface
NEW YORK—Explaining that the paper was an ideal complement to its long-standing acceptance of the traditional newspaper format, publisher Guglielmino Odio announced Tuesday the launch of a new “New York Times” pop-up newspaper that will offer readers a peace on the brink of war by offering them a “New York Times” with no more than 100 words of non-fiction. “We have always been committed to the newspaper format. But with the advent of this new format, which is designed to put the reader in a position between a calm and calm environment where they are actually confronted with the real world, and a more dangerous, volatile world where they are suddenly faced with a vastly different set of challenges, we feel it is the only way for the paper to survive,” said Odio, adding that the pop-up newspaper will be available in all major languages and will be available on all major platforms, including the real estate website Zillow.com, the entertainment network Spike TV, and the popular website DailyCaller.com. “This new format is perfect for those people who rely on print news for the most important news in the world, while also being able to read a newspaper that doesn’t contain a single word of fiction, and that is just as good as, if not better, than, the old paper.” At press time, Odio was releasing a new book of photos to help the reader decipher the differences between the new and old New York Times.