Enzo Titolo

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Monday, June 28, 2004

Is there antigravity affecting Newports and Malta litter from getting into garbage?

Is there a discriminatory antigravity field around garbage cans in the East Village that repels Newport Cigarettes Packs and bottles of Malta? These two brands are the ones most likely to be on a sidewalk or right next to a garbage can. It has been this way for over ten years, since I've been keeping track.

Lately, I've been noticing the sides of Newport packs ripped off. What is that about? Are they having a mail-in rebate or something?


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