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Myles Jack's last name makes for a wonderfully inappropriate newspaper headline

Print’s not dead; it’s just flaccid. There are two reasons why people should keep buying newspapers: 1) Print journalism is still worth reading, and 2) You will eventually stumble upon a headline that makes you do a spit take. Like this one, from the Florida-Times Union, that’s supposed to be about Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack: don't tell me what to do — LastGrimeyOnTheLeft (@loljocks_grimey) October 6, 2016 With a last name like Jack, this was bound to happen.
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