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Washington DC newspaper has sticker over O's face in this AM's edition.
Posted on 09/04/2012 5:31:20 AM PDT by MDspinboyredux
Any DCFreepers notice that this AM's edition of the Express had a picture of O with a massive Microsoft Office coupon sticker directly over his face. Every copy!
I could expect one or two, but EVERY one.
Kinda hard to see that as a coincidence.
TOPICS: Humor; Local News; Miscellaneous
KEYWORDS: funny; news; newspaper; vanity
posted on 09/04/2012 5:32:12 AM PDT
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posted on 09/04/2012 5:35:18 AM PDT
(It's 1860 all over again - the taxpayer is the new "N" word)
While we're waiting for a picture... I don't know why but I tuned into to this on CSPAN: Politico Playbook Breakfast with Valerie Jarrett a few minutes ago. She comes onto the stage, takes a seat and the interviewer asks something like, "Well, today you have an extremely special guest arriving," and VJ thinks for a second and says, "Ah yes, the First Lady, is that who you mean?" And the host says, "No, I was thinking of your mom, actually." Yikes.
And WHAT is up with her shoes? Does she have a special condition?
posted on 09/04/2012 5:51:32 AM PDT
(Heeds the Calling Wind)
With all due respect, when a newspaper print run has a sticker attached to the front page it is always planned to be put in the same spot for every edition. That’s the whole point of computer-aided manufacturing processes. If it wasn’t in the same spot it would be a mistake and indicative of a manufacturing defect.
posted on 09/04/2012 5:56:47 AM PDT
(Peter's Son's Business)
Sometimes they just cover up something by accident.
posted on 09/04/2012 6:04:55 AM PDT
(College graduates should not have to live out their 20s in their childhood bedrooms.)
Serves him right.
Sometimes they just cover up something...
Yeah, right. Nobody noticed? Covers of such magazines are carefully laid out.
IMHO, the odds are the models turned down advances by the cover editor.
As for the annoying post-it note advertising, I'm guessing its automated, and placement was generically designed to annoyingly imprint that advert on the reader by having to remove it to read the featured news article.
On my "paper", I automatically look to see if I need to peel and discard without giving it a second thought.
My long ago first thought was about the automation and placement, and oh how far the LSM have fallen selling their lying and deceptive souls.
I’m not sure I understand the problem.
posted on 09/04/2012 6:21:58 AM PDT
("Now that the fog has lifted, I still can't find my pipe". --- S. Holmes)
To: MDspinboyredux; kristinn
Kristinn, you’re in D.C. a lot. did you see? :)
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