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Alec Baldwin Sure Is Taking a Long Time to Leave New York

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Alec Baldwin, continuing his years-long Please Stop Liking Me tour, has made it into the news once again by complaining about a protest in which 15,000 workers marched in Midtown to demand a living wage. Baldwin "supports" the cause, in the sense that he is aware that he would look bad if he didn't "support" it, but not to the extent that he thinks protests should block traffic—specifically traffic that he, Alec Badlwin, is involved in. Which reminds us: wasn't Alec Baldwin supposed leave New York City? Didn't he put one of his fancy Greenwich Village apartments on the market already? What's the holdup on that?
· Struggling Alec Baldwin Was Inconvenienced By Last Night's Living Wage Protest [Gothamist]
· Alec Baldwin coverage [Curbed]

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