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    Crime and Identity

    That first one, though, is bugging me. The Sentinel's Sallie James tells us about a kid from Parkland -- who I found is living in a neighborhood of half-million dollar homes -- and going to the elite, private American Heritage school in Plantation wh...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 12, 2007 @ 3:56 pm
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    Another Miami Herald Morning

    Guess which newspaper it chose as the exemplar of disappointment? That's right, it's our own Miami Herald. Here's how Mitchell Stephens begins his piece: Call it the morning letdown. Your muffin may be fresh, but the newspaper beside it is dec...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 11, 2007 @ 6:38 pm
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    Politicians Feed At Super Trough

    ''I choose to keep my private life my private life,'' said Broward County Mayor Josephus Eggelletion. ''I can understand if someone was giving some tickets to the game, or offering them at less than face value, but that's not the case.'' What a douc...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 11, 2007 @ 10:33 am
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    Skin Trade - Tat space for sale

    That billboard out in the industrial barrens of Opalocka is, phew, so banal. No zing, no pizzazz, you know? How about a placard on the back of a city bus? You must be joking, my friend. It all just gets lost in a haze of emissions (Tailpipe knows). R...

    on May 17, 2007
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    A Seminole Moment - An Air Force specialist learns he can't bet on American justice at the Seminole Hard Rock

    Four months removed from a tour of duty in Iraq, Air Force Airman John Thomas was back in South Florida. Of all people, Thomas thought, he had earned the right to enjoy some of those American liberties he and his fellow servicemen and women had fough...

    by Thomas Francis on May 17, 2007
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    Paradise Lost - Maybe transplants and tourists can tell us where to go

    When you grow up in paradise, it's easy to take natural beauty and a moderate climate for granted. A breathtaking beachfront moonrise? Hey, I've got work to do. A gorgeous beach day? Just a hot, sweaty inconvenience that can melt my makeup, wilt my h...

    by Marya Summers on May 17, 2007
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    Argh. I'm Drowning in Espaol! - Then get outta the water, tonto

    Dear Mexican: I have no problem with immigrants. My grandparents were Dutch on one side and Irish on the other but they came here legally, through Ellis Island. What I can't stand are a bunch of fence-hopping, river-wading illegals telling me I owe...

    by Gustavo Arellano on May 17, 2007
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    Letters for May 17-23, 2007

    While Others Died Give him a Purple Finger: I just read your article on the deserter ("Is He a Coward or a Hero?" by Frank Alvarado, May 3). What a pussy that guy is. I mean, seriously, who joins the Army and doesn't know there is a possibility of g...

    on May 17, 2007
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    Raid Gainesville

    What about Urban Meyer? Unfortunately the answer came under a subhed titled "Who's Out." "University of Florida coach Urban Meyer just won a national title, but his lack of NFL experience limits any candidacy he might have," Salguerro wrote. S...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 10, 2007 @ 6:27 pm
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    Gyllenhaal's Legacy

    The reporters are raging against Gary Pruitt and Anders Gyllenhaal, who left the Star-Tribune before the sale to take the helm at the Miami Herald. Here's one quote from veteran reporter Rochelle Olson: "There's a lot of derisive talk about Pruitt,...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 10, 2007 @ 1:17 pm
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    Deconstructing Big Earl

    Look the Pulp isn't infallible. Everybody who reads this thing knows a good deal of it is done on the fly. Like the intrigue of deadline writing, it sometimes produces gold and sometimes all that comes up is dust. The post directly below isn't really...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 10, 2007 @ 12:43 pm
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    What To Do With Your 'Hometown News'

    The local section -- which has already been diluted by The Help Team's silly reports on missing street lights and broken fences -- has been further gutted by regular "Community News Roundups." Today's paper has two inside pages full of "News From You...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 10, 2007 @ 10:13 am
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    Sun-Sentinel Accuracy Not Automatic

    I should have caught this myself, being a former cops reporter and all, but I had to rely on my editor and a certain gun-loving and God-fearing mayor for the heads-up: The .22-caliber pistol that killed 13-year-old Oles Tromper almost surely wasn't...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 9, 2007 @ 5:44 pm
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    Settling The Matter

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 9, 2007 @ 12:35 pm
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    Post Wins Pulp Headline Competition

    And the winner of the big fat snappy headline for the University of Florida's win last night to take the national championship comes from the Palm Beach Post: "Gator Raid." Clever, especially seeing how the sports drink was originally formulated fo...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 9, 2007 @ 10:48 am
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    Sun-Sentinel Leaves Readers In The Dark

    Today's newspaper proves that the Sun-Sentinel is afraid to tell the truth. You certainly can't find it in Marlene Naanes' story about the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy, anyway. And it's not Naanes' fault -- the reporting was 0bviously done and...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 8, 2007 @ 3:48 pm
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    Go Gators

    Yeah, I never thought I'd write those words, but I'm feeling it right now for Monday's matchup against Ohio State. Don't get me wrong, I totally understand the Gator haters that David Fleshler wrote about in the Sun-Sentinel this morning (which inc...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 5, 2007 @ 6:37 pm
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    Teen Killers Won't Get Death

    Ammons, Hooks, Daugherty I can't say that I don't agree with the Broward State Attorney's Office just-announced decision not to seek the death penalty for the teens involved in the killing of the homeless man last year (see Nikki Waller's story i...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 5, 2007 @ 12:59 pm
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    Pants Aflame

    Those touchy-feely sports writers. Some of them write about games their entire careers and never grow up, trapped in a kiddie-land -- with free buffets and sandwiches at stadiums stretching across the great expanse of America -- forever. That's the ...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 4, 2007 @ 12:20 pm
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    Now It's Starting to Make Sense

    I thought the Miami Herald was a little quiet on the death of Michael Browning, a writer who was central to the newspaper's identity for a couple of (its finest) decades. No tribute, no guestbook, just a repackaged obit written by Palm Beach Post rep...

    @ The Daily Pulp by Bob Norman on January 3, 2007 @ 6:46 pm
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