Marcus Aurelius: There is an implied contract between a newspaper and its readers. The paper prints the truthNow THAT'S funny.
Madbassist1: "'I looked at my wife. She looked back at me. We had the same guilty thought - Veterans Day - and we thought nothing about it except as a long weekend on the Cape until we saw that,' said Chipman, 46, a Boston resident. 'You live in the city and sometimes you forget about things like this - about things still mattering to people,' he said."The editor didnt realize that real people do not speak in this manner? They ought to fire her too.
Arkanaut: I thought it was going to be this woman:[upload.wikimedia.org image 200x312]
Eddie Adams from Torrance: Heywood Jablome wanted for questioning.
KarmicDisaster: She should have no trouble getting a job at FOX then.
Bathia_Mapes: Good job Cape Cod Times. Not only did they fully apologize for letting their readers down, but named and shamed the reporter too. Some publications would have just fired the reporter and said nothing, but you did the right thing.
JoeyJoJo: Eddie Adams from Torrance: Heywood Jablome wanted for questioning.and his snow shoveling buddy, Gene Masseth
John Redcorn: Hey, anybody else find it funny she stopped at 69? Huh?69!
xxmedium: Arkanaut: I thought it was going to be this woman:[upload.wikimedia.org image 200x312]DAMN YOOOOU
stickandmove: Does this mean Gene Masseth is no longer available for comment?
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