soupsoup:

 
New York Times, A1 story : “My father took me to buy fireworks, and now I’m doing it for my kids,” said Reggie Noble, who was filling his cart with fireworks at the Phantom Fireworks in Easton one day this week. Mr. Noble, 41, who is better known as the rap artist Redman, said it did not make much sense that he cannot buy fireworks in New Jersey, where he lives.
“I can see the dangers they are trying to prevent, but it’s still happening,” he said. “I vote that they should lift it up.”

God, I love journalism. (And I’d wanna hear about how the reporter got Redman for this story over anything about fireworks. All day. Every day.)

soupsoup:

New York Times, A1 story : “My father took me to buy fireworks, and now I’m doing it for my kids,” said Reggie Noble, who was filling his cart with fireworks at the Phantom Fireworks in Easton one day this week. Mr. Noble, 41, who is better known as the rap artist Redman, said it did not make much sense that he cannot buy fireworks in New Jersey, where he lives.

“I can see the dangers they are trying to prevent, but it’s still happening,” he said. “I vote that they should lift it up.”

God, I love journalism. (And I’d wanna hear about how the reporter got Redman for this story over anything about fireworks. All day. Every day.)