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  2. Who the hell gave the oven a gun?! [via]

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  3. How I Helped Write the Best Tabloid Headline Ever | Dick Belsky
HEADLESS BODY IN TOPLESS BAR is the most famous headline in New York City tabloid history. It appeared on the front page of the New York Post in the spring of 1983 after a holdup man killed the owner of a strip club in Queens and then inexplicably forced one of the patrons to cut off the victim’s head. I didn’t write that legendary headline, but I played a part in its creation.

    How I Helped Write the Best Tabloid Headline Ever | Dick Belsky

    HEADLESS BODY IN TOPLESS BAR is the most famous headline in New York City tabloid history. It appeared on the front page of the New York Post in the spring of 1983 after a holdup man killed the owner of a strip club in Queens and then inexplicably forced one of the patrons to cut off the victim’s head. I didn’t write that legendary headline, but I played a part in its creation.

  4. Alliterative Journalism Phrases

    The poetic device seems to be the only way to describe the current pool of 2012 Republican presidential candidates. (File under unnecessary journalism phrases.) Here are four examples from the past month:

    Santorum Surge

    Rip Romney

    Neutering Newt

    Bye Bye Bachmann