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NY Post Extortion Scandal

The New York Post's "Page Six" gossip column is under investigation for shaking down Manhattan socialites for positive coverage. What do you think?
  • "That story about Paris Hilton giving money to the battered women's shelter did sound a little fishy."

    Naomi Harris
    Leatherworker
  • "It seems unwise to shake down the only people who care about what they read in Page Six."

    Brian Warner
    Art-Restoration Expert
  • "You can't put a price on avoiding the damage done by carrying a winter 2005 Kate Spade handbag in the early spring of 2006."

    Liam Calloway
    Systems Analyst