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A Sad Day for the News Business

Unfortunately for all of us, the Weekly World News has announced that they are discontinuing their print edition. This is truly a sad day. First off, will anyone step up to fill the now glaring hole in the world's coverage of alien mutants, JFK sightings and similarly important matters? More importantly, how will we all pass the time waiting in line in the supermarket?? Alas.

Fortunately for all of us, the "Worlds Only Reliable Newspaper" will still maintain there web-site. And judging from today's top story, their crack reporting staff is still hard at work. Long live the fourth estate!

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Blair Lewis:

Speaking of news reporting, clearly a slow news day in the life of Markson.....

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