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Old 08-12-2007, 05:35 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by don Arnoldy View Post
I would also bet that there is more than one version of the metro section! IIRC, the San Jose paper prints 4 different localized metro sections.
Oh, definitely! Connecticut, Westchester, Long Island and New Jersey are part of the local set (and there may be subsets within those).

And then there are the regional editions for Massachussetts, Rhode Island, Philadelphia, and Washington (all of which I believe are printed in New York, though perhaps not). The national editions are printed near where they are delivered.

Quite a complex endeavor. But I could still live without all the sections! After all these years I am used to reading the paper in a certain order: national, regional (including NYC metro), arts, business. I have to reassemble the darned thing every morning. (Jack reads it like a smorgasbord — picks up whatever section he notices and reads that. Drives me nuts.)

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