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Community: An Exercise in Knowing Your Audience

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  • .... says:

    @.... if they knew their audience it wouldnt be so overpriced

    1. ...I says:

      @...I agree that they’re quite overpriced, but they always seem well occupied to me, so I guess they do in fact know their audience.

      1. Hmm... says:

        @Hmm... I walk by Community about six times a day on average, sometimes more, and have seen them open at all hours. They have some high peak times, but they’re probably the least busy overall restaurant on either side of Broadway between 112 and 113. They just always put diners at the tables by the windows first. Make no mistake: they’re very overpriced ($8 for chicken soup with matzoh balls?), but I suppose they’re still profitable, so it seems to be working for them.

    2. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Remember that 50% of Columbia undergraduates don’t get financial aid.

      1. Alum says:

        @Alum True, although how many CU students (Jewish or otherwise) are really on campus over Christmas anyway?

        Community is one of those places you go when your parents are in town and footing the food bill.

        1. cc senior here says:

          @cc senior here do they take flex or not? seems to depend on the mood the server is in when you are there. please clarify!

        2. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous i disagree. i eat their with my friends often.

  • harmony hunter says:

    @harmony hunter hey guys, community’s great! i took the subway to 110th and only had to walk 3 blocks!

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous fail. Harmony Hunter, you are not supposed to know where Harmony is!

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous Wait. Harmony Hunter took the subway*TO* 110th street?

  • =( says:

    @=( parents arguing on Xmas Fuck My Life =((((

    On another note. Happy holidays everyone!

  • WOW says:

    @WOW bwog censorship for the win, where did all those comments go?! there must have been atleast 10

    1. Claire says:

      @Claire We will continue to actively remove comments that are in violation of our comment policy. You can familiarize yourself with our protocol by clicking the link at the bottom of the page. Any further questions should be addressed to

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous It’s true 50% of Columbia students are not on FinAid. So really, the bill really isn’t bad when mom and dad foot the bill (whether or not they’re there).

  • folchism says:

    @folchism pls

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