Mayor Gets Worked Up As Storm Headed Toward New York City The satirists at The Onion had a field day with his vigor. In fact, Mayor Bill de Blasio even read from the article for the City Hall press corps.

Mayor Gets Worked Up As Storm Headed Toward New York City

Mayor Gets Worked Up As Storm Headed Toward New York City

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The satirists at The Onion had a field day with his vigor. In fact, Mayor Bill de Blasio even read from the article for the City Hall press corps.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Here's a sign of how we've progressed - Super Bowl ticket prices. When the first Super Bowl was played in 1967, the cheapest ticket was $6. For decades, cheap seats were under 100. But no longer must we tolerate tickets that most people can afford. The cheapest tickets for Sunday's game are $800 at face value. On the resale market, the actual value for those cheap seats that used to be $6 is 4,000. It's MORNING EDITION.

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