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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Antsy Times

We all know these are antsy times in the world of newspapers, right? Here are some improvements oughta help a whole lot.

On the subject of Lynn Johnson's For Better or For Worse, I'm guessing eventually the Patterson family will come unstuck in time, like Billy Pilgrim in Slaughterhouse 5, and start bouncing between now and then and next week on a daily basis. Or maybe, like the citizens of Grover's Corners in Our Town, they'll be simultaneously in the here and the hereafter. Or they'll just move to Santa Royale and get bossed around by Mary Worth.

6 comments:

nolanart said...

I love me some chezzy crackers and Petco dog racing coverage.

here today, gone tomorrow said...

Snacks, porn and escalator outages (now relevant to me since I'm sportin' a cane)!! I'd subscribe right now just for that, except my apartment building neighbors steal my paper.

Kid Shay said...

I hear Rupert Murdoch is looking for a Number 2 to oversee his Newspapers/Satellite TV/Cat Food Division. Interested?

taleswapper said...

When I first read it, I thought it said, "Traffic and Elevator OutRages". That would be a cool section.

Mike Lynch said...

The time-travelling Pattersons doing battle with their 70s selves: now THAT'S FUNNY!!!

Kevin said...

Perhaps if you draw a daily topless girl on page 3 you could entice Mr. Murdoch to invest in your enterprise.