I am personally not having a good day. This did not make me laugh. It takes a second or two to come up. I think NYT is trying to figure out if I'm a member (I am). Do NYTimes links come up for everyone?
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For lack of a much better word and phrasing, that comic was just dumb. I'm pretty tired of this rhetoric.
I was able to see this one. Sometimes it seems like I can't see NYT content.