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    Want To Be Put Out To Pasture?

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 5, 2007 @ 9:29 pm
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    News Judgment? We Don't Need No Stinking ...

    In this case, the story concerns the possible connection between dead cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer and the Adam Walsh murder and it was published in the Daily Business Review a couple of months ago (unfortunately I can't link it because DBR is like that)....

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 5, 2007 @ 3:05 pm
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    Herald By A Nose

    So what about the big headlines? Well, the Post went with "Unbridled Joy." We get it, real colts sometimes have bridals and ... okay, it's pretty lame. (Pulp-supplied retort to itself: "Sort of like the headline on this post.") The Miami Herald ch...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 5, 2007 @ 10:51 am
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    Oops, I Did It Again

    A couple observations: -- The commercials were a disappointment, ranging from mildly amusing to stupid (the Chevy truck commercial with all the singing was an abomination). The best was theSnickers ad with the two comically roughneck mechanics who ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 4, 2007 @ 11:15 pm
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    It's Official

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 4, 2007 @ 2:45 pm
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    Today's Front Pages

    The Sun-Sentinel is the big loser with a huge dud of a story leading its newspaper and website. The story starts with this thud: "The Super Bowl has become a major American ritual," and doesn't get any better. Third sentence: "An event so big it's cr...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 4, 2007 @ 1:29 pm
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    The Greatest Ticket Ever

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 3, 2007 @ 8:21 pm
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    Super Market

    I once had a Super Bowl ticket, back in 1994. There was some kind of in-house journalism contest at the newspaper I was working for at the time (News-Press) and I was given a prize for some dramatic deadline story I'd written on a traffic crash. The ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 3, 2007 @ 11:11 am
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    Court Jesters - Dale Ross steps down as Broward Countys chief judge, but will anything really change?

    Brown is the color of choice for R.O. Dale Ross. The spines of his law books are leathery tan, the vinyl on his chairs is cardboard-box brown, and his wooden table is the hue of watery chewing tobacco. Even the Lady Justice on the wall clock in the c...

    by Kelly Cramer on June 7, 2007
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    Plantation 9-1-1 - Taser the Baby With the Bath Water

    The Plantation Police Department thought Wesley Christopher was a neglectful dad. So they Tasered his 2-year-old daughter. Thats not a misprint or something from an episode of Reno 9-1-1. It actually happened. In February of last year, a Broward ...

    by Edmund Newton on June 7, 2007
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    Partial Eclipse - Some memories even spiked punch cant erase

    When I heard that Respectable Street was holding a Super Cheesy '80s Prom on Memorial Day weekend, my hair bristled with psychic energy. Such an event was clearly foretold in a recent haircut when, instead of giving the mod shag Id asked for (think:...

    by Marya Summers on June 7, 2007
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    Hows Your Slime IQ? - Take the Broward Corruption Quiz

    If you live in Broward County, you have reason to rejoice. Your little spot in the world is a place of distinction. Its the best at something, a superlative locale. Broward County is the most corrupt place in America. You might wonder how I kno...

    by Bob Norman on June 7, 2007
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    Letters for June 7 to 13, 2007

    Bullish on Bulldogs It should be about altruism: I am the mother of a special-needs son. The Bulldogs organization allowed my son to make friends who were nonjudgmental, accepting, and compassionate (The Bad News Bulldogs, Thomas Francis, May 24)...

    on June 7, 2007
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    Wussy Men, Defiant Women

    Dear Mexican: I was sitting around with my daughter and her Mexican husband the other day talking about her past. Jokingly, I mentioned that when she was a teenager (30 years ago), lots of boys came by the house to see her. Her husband flew into a ra...

    by Gustavo Arellano on June 7, 2007
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    Never In His Wildest Imagination

    Saban told the joke containing the "slur" -- which isn't really a slur from my experience, anymore than redneck or cracker is a slur -- at an interview with Darlington and reporters with the Sun-Sentinel and Palm Beach Post. The joke, however, was of...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 2, 2007 @ 12:06 pm
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    Carl Hiaasen Has Left The Area

    Don't judge. He's made a mint capitalizing on the strangeness of the place, so you can hardly blame him for playing the same damn tune for 20-some-odd years. But the stuff about writers loving this place apparently doesn't extend to Miami. The most i...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 2, 2007 @ 10:37 am
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    Orlando, 305, and The Earl

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 1, 2007 @ 6:19 pm
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    Coronating Pope

    At least that's what Armando Salguero reports in his entertaining article on the columnist. I have no idea how he came up with those last two facts, but it makes for interesting reading. What comes through most from the story is that Pope is one of t...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on February 1, 2007 @ 11:19 am
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    Shula Picks Colts

    Speaking of Super Bowl stories, I have one. Well, it's not my story, since I'm chained to a story this week. I live it vicariously through a sportswriter buddy of mine who was in town for Media Day. The News-Press's David Dorsey, who was a companion ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 31, 2007 @ 10:54 am
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    Sentinel Sportswriter Hereen Says Goodbye

    Worth noting is that Hereen begins his story with a telling snafu at the Sun-Sentinel office. He said he came into work three weeks ago and couldn't log onto the computer a month before his scheduled retirement. "A tech expert somberly informed me: '...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 30, 2007 @ 11:40 am
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