Wow.and coincidentally, you should see DaBlade'spost today.http://chatteringteeth.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-gypsy-newsstand-vendor.html
Thanks, Ed, for the link and for sending mine. It is a sad end to a once great empire. But, electronic media aside, they have brought it on themselves by being so biased instead of just reporting the factual news. You can't fool all the people who can think for themselves and see that what they are reporting is not what is in fact happening or will happen.
Those are great!
I'm ok with not having them die, but I wouldn't pay to read them. On-line you get your farce and amusement without having to contribute a nickel.
HA! Those are hilarious! Used to collect the actual clippings of double entendre headlines from our old hometown daily. I think some folks used to like to see what they could get past an editor with a hangover :)
Jason and Michelle, thanks and welcome to the Coffeypot.LL, I agree. The only paper I have bought in years is the local Jackson Daily. It is actually a local paper with stories about UGA (Go DAWGS) and neighborhood stuff. Plus it has two crossword puzzles (one of my favorite pastimes. DaBlade, thanks for stopping by. I believe being a newspaper reporter used to be a respected profession. Not anymore. They are sleazy and care more about a Pulitzer than the truth. I'll stick with the crosswords.
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