City Weekly vs. Cockroaches 

Who would win in the extinction wars?

Who do you bet on in the extinction wars? City Weekly or cockroaches?

Nick Call: I bet cockroaches will be reading City Weekly after the great extinction event to find out who’s left and what’s going on that week.

Cody Winget: I’m sure there are certain members of our fair city that don’t think there’s much difference. So I think we should team up and become immortal. But if I had to bet, City Weekly.

Paula Saltas: Neither. Cockroaches breed like anything. Just like City Weekly, we are here to stay.

Rachel Scott: Cockroaches are nasty, nasty beings and should be destroyed.

Bryan Mannos: I, for one, welcome our new cockroach overlords ...

Colin Wolf: After our inevitable nuclear destruction, I’m sure the cockroaches that currently live in the City Weekly office will more than likely just work here.

Jerre Wroble: We share some traits with cockroaches: They’re pests, they annoy folks who pride themselves in their housekeeping. But cockroaches can go a month without a meal. With the exception of our production manager, Susan Kruithof, the cockroaches might outlast us.

Eric Peterson: City Weekly to the bitter end. I’ve never been stepped on so much as when I started working here, but I’m still kicking and scampering.

Pete Saltas: If there were a nuclear fallout, I’m sure City Weekly would find a way to survive, albeit with the cockroaches.

Scott Renshaw: You can swat a cockroach with a rolled-up newspaper, but what do you do to a newspaper? Huh? Sort out that philosophical conundrum, Descartes.

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