I cost more, but I am a specialist
In this Op-Ed piece published online by the New York Times, Nicholas D. Kristof satirically compares the news industry to the unreformed healthcare system. "I'll be billing you soon," Kristof writes. "I'll tell you how much after you've read the column. Don't worry: the invoice will clearly lay out cost codes, footnoted in cuneiform."
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