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    Playing The Links

    I've also added Six Degrees Magazine, which operates out of Miami. It's a little pocket mag (seriously, it can fit in your pocket). Jake Smith, who happens to be one of my favorite people in this business, left New Times a few weeks back to take over...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 31, 2006 @ 5:40 pm
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    You have to love a debate that transcends the packaged messages and shakes a little truth from the rafters and moderator Chris Matthews and Reform Party candidate Max Linn delivered that last night in the nationally televised gubernatorial match-up. ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 31, 2006 @ 10:25 am
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    St. Pete Picks Up Crist Story -- And Drops It

    From Sunday's St. Pete Times: ------------------------ "NOT THAT THERE'S ANYTHING WRONG WITH THAT: He's denied it publicly, repeatedly, and clearly, but Republican gubernatorial nominee Charlie Crist has yet to shake the talk that he's gay. There is...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 30, 2006 @ 2:48 pm
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    Crist For The Mill

    Pretty average day in South Florida newspaperdom -- the Sun-Sentinel chickened out again. Linda Kleindienst wrote a front-page story about how hard it is for third-party gubernatorial candidate Max Linn to get any media despite the fact that he's a l...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 30, 2006 @ 9:25 am
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    Tie Me Up, Nawashi - They're just a bunch of kids who like to bind one another with ropes

    Standing barefoot in the center of the temple, Lochai uncoils a 30-foot length of rope. It's new rope, not much thicker than his thumb, four-stranded and fibrous. All the better to bind Jolie with. Jolie, a tiny, 20-year-old redhead from Coconut Gr...

    by Jeff Stratton on March 1, 2007
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    Express Train Wreck - An ousted editor warns that his newspaper is off the rails

    Three years after it was founded in 2000, Express Gay News and its glossy sister, 411 Magazine, were swallowed up by the largest gay-lesbian weekly newspaper chain in the country, Window Media. In Fort Lauderdale and Wilton Manors, an area with on...

    by Ashley Harrell on March 1, 2007
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    Broward's Village Idiot - What would it be like to sit down with Judge Larry Seidlin?

    After the Anna Nicole Smith burial hearings that grabbed the nation by its nethers were over, I needed a bath. Hell, after that spectacle, the whole town needed a bath. In a tub of lye. Sadly lacking any caustic chemicals, I settled for whiskey in th...

    by Bob Norman on March 1, 2007
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    Lonely Hearts Club Band - Fat Tuesday reminds us to say farewell to the flesh

    I was on a mission. One of my favorite local bands was playing and I was late, thanks to Hollywood's downtown Mardi Gras street festival. The chaos outside Club M barely registered as I ducked between bead-laden drunks to get to the neighborhood bar ...

    by Marya Summers on March 1, 2007
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    Sticky Fingers - Do Mexicans steal more than others?

    Dear Mexican: As a kid, I grew up with Mexicans who stole things just to steal. As an adult, I see much of the same behavior from adult Mexicans and their children. And I don't mean just the poor Mexicans. Why is it in their nature for Mexicans to st...

    by Gustavo Arellano on March 1, 2007
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    Letters for March 1-7, 2007

    High School Homicidal I've seen this war up close: I am glad to see that someone has finally decided to expose the corruption that plagues my hometown of Pompano Beach ("Dead End," Bob Norman, February 15). The so-called "war" you refer to has...

    on March 1, 2007
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    Mandy's A Real Pill

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 27, 2006 @ 6:05 pm
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    Sun-Sentinel Is The Big Man Now

    The Sun-Sentinel, as it so often does, is taking a dirty local public official to task, investigating the once-popular public servant with a clear-eyed efficiency that can only be described as masterful. Oh wait, the Sentinel never does that. So w...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 27, 2006 @ 9:53 am
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    Killing Them Softly

    For a good play-by-play on the execution read the article by Marc Caputo and Stephanie Garry in the Miami Herald. Or, even better, read Michael Mayo's Dead Man Walking-turn in the Sun-Sentinel. After the jump: Foley's Fashionable Rehab, Following W...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 26, 2006 @ 11:22 am
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    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 25, 2006 @ 6:21 pm
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    The Charlie Split

    Charlie Crist is a darn nice guy. This past Monday after I had finished asking him several somewhat awkward questions about allegations that he was gay, I said, "Well, I'm sure you're busy ...". A lot of candidates in the middle of a suddenly heated ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 25, 2006 @ 10:33 am
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    Taking on the Bully

    "The game rewards everything real schools advise against. Superintendent Art Johnson is so concerned that Bully might undo the district's six-year effort at fighting bullying that he's sending a mass voice mail to parents warning that the game could ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 24, 2006 @ 5:33 pm
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    The Crist Question

    I wrote the story and I know people are going to question whether I should have written it. They are going to question the use of two anonymous sources (though I know their identities) who say, separately and independently, that a young GOP staffer t...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 24, 2006 @ 3:12 pm
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    The Miniacis And The Mafiosi

    You can read about the Katherine Harris-Bill Nelson debate here and here, but it wasn't much to see. Nelson was, as always, predictable and plodding, the political equivalent of the old crab scuttling on the bottom of the sea. Harris, as the Sun-Sent...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 24, 2006 @ 11:06 am
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    About That Last Column ...

    The story begins: "In an unprecedented journalistic coup ..." Who starts a story that way? Then, before the fake transcript, I wrote, "reader discretion is strongly discouraged." It's a joke, you. Then the transcript is way too on the nose for ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 23, 2006 @ 8:57 pm
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    Hell, Just Lock The Tykes In Their Rooms

    Yeah, just turns out that 99 percent of them were playing in their closet. It's idiotic, but hey, when you're mission is to scare the hell out of people and then make them think you're a "help" to them, I guess anything goes. Anyway, heeee--eeeeere...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on October 23, 2006 @ 11:15 am
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