MTA to Riders: Stop the Manspread

A Post By: Michael Gallo The MTA recently launched an advertising campaign focused on convincing men not to keep their legs apart while sitting on subways. This concerted effort makes a lot less sense when you find out it cost taxpayers $76,000 and that the MTA is $34.4 billion in debt. It makes even less … Continue reading MTA to Riders: Stop the Manspread

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Je Suis Charlie: The Role of Satire in Society

A Post By: Michael Gallo Yesterday, in the face of almost unspeakable tragedy, one thing became immediately clear: free speech will always win, and satire is necessary in a civilized society. Satire's importance was reaffirmed yesterday when an offensive and mordant magazine came under literal fire. If you set out to make people laugh, or … Continue reading Je Suis Charlie: The Role of Satire in Society