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12/05/2005

'HX,' 'Blade' get civilly mergered

by Jeremy Hooper

   The companies behind two venerable bastions of NYC gay publishing, HX Magazine and the New York Blade, have announced that they are merging into one giant Manhatan-based queer media powerhouse. The new consortium will work under the name HX Media LLC, though the two entities will both continue publishing under their current monikers.

Not to be outdone, we would like to announce that we have expanded our publishing power by acquiring the company Not Good At All, who will be responsible for the rest of this post -- hit it, Not Good:

So uhm yea, like, this one time I heard about a company who merged with another company, and that was, like, kinda cool. I mean, they are now one company, so I guess you could call them a super-duper company. Anyways, HX and the Blade are now one company, just like the companies I was just talking about, so I guess we should now call them HBladeX, because you see they now have formed into one company so I just took their names and made them into one name. HBladeX, get it? Yup, one big gay company called HBladeX. It's just like that first company I was referring to when I told you about that one company who merged. And, oh yea, I love having the sex with men. This is Not Good At All reporting.

Eh, he'll get better. Look for HX and the NY Blade on various NYC street corners, right next to the trash, whores, and garbage cans.

New York Blade announces merger with HX Media [NY Blade]

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