Public relations

"I don't think it's a done deal,” said City Council Speaker Corey Johnson on Tuesday during the Brian Lehrer Show. He added: “I think there’s still leverage.”
Activists are "standing there yelling and screaming...that accomplishes nothing. Nothing."
"You can clap for that, taxpayers."
"Leveraging…timely and accurate information" is not the same thing as improving transparency.
Who wrote this story: the media or the police?
According to Erin McCann, a cab driver who picked her up in Williamsburg last night drove "half a block" before asking her to leave so he could pick up an Uber customer.
"Words cannot express how sorry I am, and how necessary it is for me to apologize to the people of South Africa, who I have offended due to a needless and careless tweet," she wrote.
IAC removed Justine Sacco's name from its website‘s media contacts list by the time she landed in Africa. [Update Below]
Something tells us she's not going to like what is awaiting her when she turns her phone back on.
Unfortunately the NYPD Commissioner wasn't able to "eat good in the neighborhood," and was forced to ingest the slop at the Waldorf-Astoria.
Several days after the NYC Marathon was finally cancelled, generators, heaters, food and water were still sitting unused in Central Park. Finally, the city's Deputy Mayor personally delivered the stuff to Staten Island.
Moammer Gadhafi realizes he needs some professional public relations help.
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