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« Reply #165 on: August 13, 2018, 11:09:53 AM »
Hardy first in line to face Taylor in Brooklyn while Cork fight emerges as wildcard future option

http://www.the42.ie/katie-taylor-next-fight-3-4049102-Jun2018/

Surely that's not our tennis playing, Royal loving, octogenarian, Fearon fan, level headed and secret gaa board admin Hardy?

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« Reply #166 on: September 15, 2018, 07:36:28 AM »
Uranus Examiner: Local newspaper stirs controversy

A small town in the US state of Missouri is stirring controversy after announcing the title of its new local newspaper, the Uranus Examiner.
The newspaper, which was "launched" in the town of Uranus on Wednesday, was threatened with a boycott by the mayor of nearby Waynesville, Luge Hardman.
"No. I'm sorry. But the innuendo of that title puts the city up for public ridicule," Ms Hardman said.
The people of Uranus, in Pulaski County, are divided on the issue.
Natalie Sanders, who has been named as the newspaper's managing editor, told local news channel KY3 that the title was carefully considered before a decision was made.
"We had thought about 'constitution', but most of the people who love us, and who were part of coming up with the name, liked the examiner better," Ms Sanders reportedly said.
It comes just a week after another Missouri newspaper, the Waynseville Daily Guide, ceased publication. The Uranus Examiner publishers said this left a hole in the market.
"People who wanted an actual newspaper were not going to get one anymore, so we decided to turn a fun newspaper into a real one," Ms Sanders told the Wichita Eagle, a newspaper in neighbouring Kansas.


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« Reply #167 on: September 15, 2018, 04:45:18 PM »
Uranus Examiner: Local newspaper stirs controversy

A small town in the US state of Missouri is stirring controversy after announcing the title of its new local newspaper, the Uranus Examiner.
The newspaper, which was "launched" in the town of Uranus on Wednesday, was threatened with a boycott by the mayor of nearby Waynesville, Luge Hardman.
"No. I'm sorry. But the innuendo of that title puts the city up for public ridicule," Ms Hardman said.
The people of Uranus, in Pulaski County, are divided on the issue.
Natalie Sanders, who has been named as the newspaper's managing editor, told local news channel KY3 that the title was carefully considered before a decision was made.
"We had thought about 'constitution', but most of the people who love us, and who were part of coming up with the name, liked the examiner better," Ms Sanders reportedly said.
It comes just a week after another Missouri newspaper, the Waynseville Daily Guide, ceased publication. The Uranus Examiner publishers said this left a hole in the market.
"People who wanted an actual newspaper were not going to get one anymore, so we decided to turn a fun newspaper into a real one," Ms Sanders told the Wichita Eagle, a newspaper in neighbouring Kansas.

Should have called it the Daily Planet.
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« Reply #168 on: September 17, 2018, 12:20:22 AM »
Not quite a newspaper headline, but still

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« Reply #169 on: September 19, 2018, 08:00:03 PM »
Fury after Croydon Council donated £10,000 to show where actor did a poo on stage

This could have gone in the "Things that make you go WTF?!" thread, but the headline was enough to tip it to here. An extract *cough* from the story...

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It has been reported that one performance, by Arianna Ferrari, saw the artist taking laxatives and lying down on stage.

She then urinated and defecated in a display supposedly meant to "allow the body to manifest itself".

During the display, she had a microphone attached to her belly so the sound of her bowel movements could be blared out.

If ever an artistic metaphor for "Sy***us makes a post on GAAboard.com" was needed, this might be it.  :o

https://www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk/news/croydon-news/fury-after-croydon-council-donated-2012466
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