They should've tied this in somehow with the "Adult Males: Actually Capable of Caring for Children?" article from earlier this week.
Or the reemergence of the importance of block play in New York City private schools.
Pillow forts- cool cool cool!That earlier article was insane, especially when the one woman said something to the effect of, "I don't want my husband to feel like an employee."Oh society!
I wonder when the Times will find out about Brooklyn, that "modern day Marrakesh" (as Brian Williams says).
Reminds me of these blog posts where they graded different pillow fort designs:<span>http://blog.buildllc.com/2010/04/couch-cushion-architecture-a-critical-analysis/http://blog.buildllc.com/2010/04/couch-cushion-architecture-a-critical-analysis-2/</span>
There is no more self-obsessed and clueless group of people than the New York Times lifestyles staff and its Upper West Side pals. Never mind finding out about Brooklyn. They still haven't discovered the rest of Manhattan.