Juxtapositioning matters

It’s the New York Post, so it may have been deliberate.

Suicide wave grips Columbia
“You don’t know how badly I want to jump out that window right now,” Wallace, who would be Columbia’s October suicide, said in a Facetime call from his John Jay Hall dorm room to his mother in Missouri — days before quitting school, moving back home and hanging himself in his basement.

“The only time Taylor did anything, he always did it well,” his mother, Angie, told The Post

I don’t know for sure about “well” but it was certainly effective.

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One thought on “Juxtapositioning matters

  1. wdg3rd February 2, 2017 / 6:55 pm

    “If it doesn’t come naturally fake it”. A line out of a song on my second favorite All Stewart album, also apparently the main slogan of that newspaper founded by Alexander Hamilton.

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