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Posted by pinchas on 11/10/2010 | Short Link

Two McPapers in One!

  • “Study: Crop Failures to Increase With Climate Change”–headline, USA Today website, Oct. 8
  • “Warmer, Wetter Weather Helping U.S. Farmers Grow More Crops”–headline, USA Today, Oct. 8

Out on a Limb

  • “Interview With David Remnick: ‘Obama Has a Considerable Ego’ ”–headline, Der Spiegel, Oct. 8
  • “Obama’s Rolling Stone Interview Proves He’s Out of Touch”–headline, U.S. News & World Report website, Oct. 8
  • “November Election Results Will Vindicate or Undercut Obama”–headline, Washington Post, Oct. 10

Another Economic Bubble Fizzles

  • “Food Stamps Won’t Buy Sodas, if the City Has Its Way”–headline, New York Times website, Oct. 7
  • “No Social Security COLA Expected for 2011″–headline, Associated Press, Oct. 10

With DNC in Mind, City Bans Carrying Urine, Feces
“University of Michigan Student Halfway Through ‘Year Without Waste’ ”–headline, AnnArbor.com, Oct. 10

‘We Think of Ourselves as the Most Powerful Beings in the Universe. It’s Unsettling to Discover That We’re Wrong.
“Kirk Feared Attack From Right”–headline, Politico.com, Oct. 10

He Really Is Stumped–Dayton Is in Ohio
“Obama to Visit Minn. to Stump for Dayton”–headline, Minnesota Public Radio website, Oct. 10

Mary Jo Kopechne Could Not Be Reached for Comment
“Reid: Greatest Living Americans Are Robert Byrd and Ted Kennedy”–video title, RealClearPolitics.com, Oct. 8

‘Eat Your Vegetables,’ Mrs. Obama Added
“Nobel Winner’s Wife: Peace Prize Brings Hope of Change”–headline, MSNBC.com, Oct. 8

He Finally Reached Argentina
“Mass. Man Walks Appalachian Trail for 21 Years”–headline, Associated Press, Oct. 11

Residents: City Needs New Newspaper
“Inquirer Editorial: City Needs New Residents”–headline, Philadelphia Inquirer, Oct. 10

You Call That Fair and Balanced?
“Fox’s ‘Three Musketeers’ Threaten to Quit Over Forces Cuts in Show of Support for Defence Chief”–headline, Mail on Sunday (London), Oct. 10

The Lonely Lives of Anthropologists
“Women can tell from other women’s voices how much of a threat they pose to their relationships, anthropologists have claimed.”–subheadline, Sunday Telegraph (London), Oct. 10

The Lonely Lives of People
“People take fossils, arrowheads, bones to scientists to see what they’ve found”–subheadline, Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 10

Anything Worth Contaminating Is Worth Contaminating Well
“School Well Contaminated”–headline, Hartford Courant, Oct. 8

‘Take Your Ritalin–Oh, Look! A Patient!’
“Squirrels Resist Medical Assistance”–headline, Washington Post, Oct. 9

‘Dear Diary: Not Looking Forward to Thursday’
“DIARY–Turkey–to Nov 19, 2010″–headline, Reuters, Oct. 7

Hey, Kids! What Time Is It?

  • “High Time Our Males Came Clean”–headline, Herald Sun (Melbourne, Australia), Oct. 7
  • “It’s Time to Decriminalize Learning”–headline, Puffington Host, Oct. 8
  • “It’s Time to Drag the U.S. Voting Process Into the 21st Century”–headline, BlogCritics.org, Oct. 8
  • “It’s Time for Obama to Switch From Hope to Fear”–headline, Financial Times, Oct. 8

Questions Nobody Is Asking

  • “Why Don’t Vietnamese Advertising Agencies and Design Studios Win Awards?”–headline, WildWildEastDailies.blogspot.com, Oct. 9
  • “Poliwood and ‘The Social Network’: Will All My Facebook Friends Come to My Funeral?”–headline, PajamasMedia.com, Oct. 8
  • “How Is Health Care Reform Like the BP Oil Spill?”–headline, Newsweek.com, Oct. 9
  • “You Decide: Which Films Should I Cover at the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival?”–headline, PamshoUseBlend.com, Oct. 9
  • “Who Gets to Be a Feminist?”–headline, Slate.com, Oct. 8
  • “Did Slate’s Collection of Essays Inspire Anyone to Engage With the Hoary Question ‘Who Gets to Be a Feminist?’ ”–headline, Althouse.blogspot.com, Oct. 9
  • “Should Jerry Brown Personally Apologize for Meg Whitman ‘Whore’ Remark?”–headline, Los Angeles Times website, Oct. 9

Answers to Questions Nobody Is Asking

  • “Why Hillary Clinton Will Never Be Vice President”–headline, PoliticsDaily.com, Oct. 10
  • “Why Woodward Is a Registered Democrat . . . and Doesn’t Tweet”–headline, CNN.com, Oct. 10
  • “Why Christine O’Donnell Is Not You”–headline, CNN.com, Oct. 11
  • “Mordecai Manuel Noah: How Buffalo Almost Became the Gateway to the Promised Land”–headline, JewishWorldReview.com, Oct. 11

Dog Trains Woman, Speaks–Now That Would Be News
“Woman Who Trained Obama Family Dog Speaks in Clayton”–headline, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Oct. 9

It’s Always in the Last Place You Look
“Archaeologists Find Mini-Pompeii Buried in Norway”–headline, AOLNews.com, Oct. 10

Too Much Information

  • “The Stimulus Emperor Has No Clothes”–headline, National Review Online, Oct. 9
  • “It’s Time for Obama to Pull a Clinton”–headline, Salon.com, Oct. 10

Someone Set Up Us the Bomb
“8 Years for Calif Man Who Stole From Family Killed”–headline, Associated Press, Oct. 8

Everything Seemingly Is Spinning Out of Control
“Now It’s Official: Obama Is Another Reagan”–headline, Salon.com, Oct. 8

Breaking News From 2004
“KERRY SAYS: Let’s Go With the Upset”–headline, Portland (Ore.) Tribune, Oct. 7

News You Can Use

  • “New Software Conveniently Integrates Your Heart Implant With Your Android Phone”–headline, Popular Science website, Oct. 8
  • “Over 52? Then You’re Probably Grumpy”–headline, Reuters, Oct. 8

Bottom Stories of the Day

  • “FBI: Semitrailer in Conn. Not a Danger to Public”–headline, Associated Press, Oct. 8
  • “North Korean Crowds Greet Father and Son Kims With a Roar of Enthusiasm”–headline, Los Angeles Times, Oct. 11
  • “GOP Points Fingers at Dems”–headline, CNN.com, Oct. 9
  • “SNL Takes Another Jab at Delaware’s O’Donnell”–headline, Associated Press, Oct. 10
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