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This newspaper headline is… something

Newspaper editors have hard jobs. They often log long, late hours, reading thousands of words a day, and their work gets seen and criticized by thousands of people. So let’s cut some slack to the poor Florida Times-Union editor who wrote this headline on a story about Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack. Oof. Before internet, this headline would […] The post This newspaper headline is… something appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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