Sunday’s NYT: The Drive-by Edition

No more rain on your wedding day, no more free rides when you’ve already paid.

“Our job is to set a tone at the top to incent people to do the right thing and to set up safety nets to catch people who make mistakes or do the wrong thing and correct those as quickly as possible. And it is working. It is working.”

Out of Africa Mr. President!

It began with a bean.


All spruced up just in time for the Depression 2.0!


This is currently the most emailed article on NYT.com.

We imagine their financial advice is as good (or better) as anyone else’s.

Mr. Biden goes to Washington.

Looking for the little green men.

Said sugar make it slow, and we’ll come together fine.

Arguably a reliable sign of the end times.

Whereas this is just a sign of the New York City times to come.

More reality in the Real Estate section. Color us shocked.

“So, I have a confession and a suggestion. The confession: I go into restaurants these days, look around at the tables often still crowded with young people, and I have this urge to go from table to table and say: “You don’t know me, but I have to tell you that you shouldn’t be here. You should be saving your money. You should be home eating tuna fish. This financial crisis is so far from over. We are just at the end of the beginning. Please, wrap up that steak in a doggy bag and go home.”