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part of a small rebellion | by maryann johanson

New York photos: the NY Post, taking the piss


New York City’s worst rag, embracing its reputation for terribleness and shoving it in our faces.


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  • LaSargenta

    A couple of years ago (or more?), I told my kid about “Headless Body in Topless Bar”.


  • David

    I’ll take it over the New York Times.

  • boulcut

    Those little quips are hardly anything to get twisted about. Knock off the hysterics .

  • Tonio Kruger

    I never believe what I read in the press anyway.
    –Pierce Brosnan, Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

  • Danielm80

    You call them hysterics. I call them little quips.

  • boulcut

    I call them hysterical little quips. Now concentrate on something useful like getting yourself laid more often.

  • RogerBW

    “All the News that Fits”?

  • Best newspaper headline ever.

  • LaSargenta

    Knowing it is necessary for cultural literacy.

  • Hank Graham

    I’ve always had a fondness for the completely tasteless headline after a piece of rebar came off a truck in Toronto, and fell backwords into a bus, impaling two people. While most of the newspapers tried to deal with it responsibly, Murdoch’s Toronto Sun bore the memorable headline: BUS-KEBAB.

  • LaSargenta

    Oh. My.

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