Thursday, July 17, 2014

Off Topic

I actually opened a newspaper yesterday for the first time in about a year.

17 comments:

Violet said...

Shoot Enty. We all know you have the Daily Mail airlifted to your front door every day.

Freya said...

What's a newspaper?

sandybrook said...

What's the matter your Internet go down or something?
I appreciate you were just about the only gossiper who didn't write about kimyes marriage being over already. (I dont think you did anywho)

The Real Dragon said...

Gold Star for you Glen Coco

Honey Badger said...

Maybe if you opened a paper, you'd have fewer factual errors.

Gayeld said...

I open them constantly. They're great floor covering when you're painting.

Ray Nicolet said...

You go Glen Coco!

Kat has left the building said...

By the time I get to the paper I've already read all the stories online but nothing can ever replace doing the crossword and cryptogram with a real pen. It's not the same on a touchscreen and never will be! And I like to cut out obituaries if I know the person or articles once in a while to go in my memory box. I'll be sad when I can't do that anymore.

TalksTooMuch said...

^5?

LottaColada said...

And none for Gretchen Wieners.

Orvilla Bedinbacher said...

and you realize they lie all the time so you will not open a newspaper again

Sincerely,Your Friend said...

I didn't know they still printed them.

auntliddy said...

I read 2 papers cover to cover everyday, and i have since I was about 4 or 5. I really took off when i learned to read, lol. Its so hard for me to understand anyone who doesnt read papers, or anything else. One of lifes extreme pleasures.

Dingle Barry said...

Speaking of newspapers, I was watching A-Team the Bend in the River: Part 1 episode (25 Sep. 1984)

H.M. Murdock says to the bar patrons,
"Ladies and gentlemen, my name is H.M. Murdock. Better known in the theatrical capitals of the world as H.M.M, or hm-hmm. And I am the greatest director of cinema that has ever exposed a frame of film and I usually get what I want, so where are the two hundred lama wool sweaters that I need for the barbeque scene on the beach?"

Immediately I thought of our mystery commenter and had to share with all of you.

The Real Dragon said...

lmao

Sherry said...

I adore my NYTimes. Sunday only. I will be sad when we no longer publish codex style books and good newspapers. Yeah I'm old.

Erik said...

My parents still get the Star Tribune and the local rag. I've only read online for years now.