Friday, September 8, 2006

Your Friday Morning News Update

Posted By on Fri, Sep 8, 2006 at 8:53 AM

-- BAD HEADLINE ALERT: "One More Victory Puts Sidewinders in Playoffs." Um, they're already in the playoffs. One more victory puts them in the championship series, yes. And for that: hooray!

-- Oh shut UP.

-- And today, the Star editorial page gave a flower to cancer research. We agree that cancer research is a good thing. EVERYBODY agrees cancer research is a good thing. Just wondering: Considering the lameness of positions like this, the fact that the Star shunned primary endorsements (even though many races will be decided in the primaries) and the fact that on most days, there are ZERO regular local columnists running on the op-ed pages ... is it possible the Star editorial pages have become some of the worst in America?

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