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An Ad That Mocks New York Times Advertising

Who Doesn't Want to Start the Weekend Early? These Guys

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This spot for 92YTribeca doesn't answer how it's possible to have 92nd Street and Tribeca in the same geographical location, but it does use a gaggle of comedians to point at The New York Times and laugh. Based on a heavily rotated and extremely insipid ad for The Times' weekend edition, the spot has been making the blog rounds this morning. As Hamilton Nolan at Gawker says to The Times: "Even aged hipsters are mocking you. Not good."

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