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7/28/2007


Life without the Weekly World News: Believe it or not, tabloid is history

Filed under: News — Charlie Summers @ 5:45 pm

From The Cleveland Plain Dealer: Life without the Weekly World News: Believe it or not, tabloid is history

Man, I’m gonna miss that space alien that’s always meeting with the President…

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2 Responses to “Life without the Weekly World News: Believe it or not, tabloid is history” »

     

  1. tfk Says:

    I actually used to subscribe to WWN. I started back when there was a mixture of weird-but-true stories, stories you weren’t quite sure of, and a few you were sure were a load of bovine emissions. The last couple of years have been nothing but cow exhaust, with the only attraction being the page 5 girl. I stopped subscribing after the changeover. I won’t miss it at all.

    – Tom

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  3. Nostalgic Rumblings Says:

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    At this year’s Defcon convention (a hacker’s-and-crackers convention dealing with computer security), NBC Dateline producer Michelle Madigan attended as a conventioneer (allegedly refusing press credentials), allegedly carrying in her purse…


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