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Friday Cat Blogging - 24 June 2016

Here are the cultural references in this morning's four blog posts: Bette Davis, All About Eve. New York Daily News, October 30, 1975. The Sun, April 11, 1992. Sinclair Lewis, It Can't Happen Here. And here is Hilbert, one of the primary cultural references for Friday catblogging. How could you possible walk by this and not give him a tummy rub?

Three New York tabloids all made the same Derrick Rose headline pun

Ever come up with a great joke, get ready to share it and then realize 100 people have already made it? That’s probably how headline writers from the New York Daily News, New York Post and Newsday felt Thursday morning. Derrick RoseShow More Summary

Scam Artist who Sold Fake Tickets to ‘Hamilton’ Sentenced to 1 to 3 Years in Prison

A New York scam artist who admitted to selling fake tickets to the Broadway hit musical Hamilton was sentenced to 1 to 3 years in prison Tuesday, the New York Daily News reports. Anthony Huger, 32, admitted to selling the fake tickets to a Westchester couple on Jan. 8, scoring $450 in his scam, before tricking Manhattan […]

Paris ISIS Jidadi Practiced Murder By Slitting Bunny Throats

Where’s PETA? ISIS jihadi Larossi Abballa practiced murder by slitting bunny throats. New York Daily News reported: Years before killing... The post Paris ISIS Jidadi Practiced Murder By Slitting Bunny Throats appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Shocker! NY residents aren’t registering their rifles

The New York Daily News reports that fewer than 45,000 New Yorkers have registered their scary-looking black guns out of an estimated million actual modern sporting rifles in the State. “What these numbers expose is that, if there are people who are wilfully [sic] ignoring the law, that means tens of thousands of gun owners […]

Watch This Man Fire An AR-15 Off His Nose To Prove It Doesn't Cause Bruising or PTSD

Last week, New York Daily News reporter Gersh Kuntzman fired an AR-15 at a shooting range and claimed that it caused, among other things, bruising...

New York Mets Rumors: Jose Reyes Reunion Coming As Mets Continue To Struggle?

New York Mets rumors link the team to Jose Reyes again. Reyes played for the Mets for the first nine years of his MLB career, making the National League All-Star team four times. Now a report from the New York Daily News states that Mets COO Jeff Wilpon “has strong interest” in acquiring Reyes again.... Show More Summary

New York police deploy helicopters and K-9 units to find teen who skipped $2.75 subway fare

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

New York police launched an overnight aerial manhunt Monday night in search of a boy who skipped paying $2.75 to ride the subway, the New York Daily News reports. But even after police brought helicopters and scent dogs out to search for him, the 16-year-old ended up turning himself in a few hours...

New York Daily News Slams Senate Gun Vote With Bloodied Capitol Building

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

As the New York Daily News sees it, U.S. senators faced a clear choice Monday between common-sense, in the form of modest gun control measures, and more slaughter. Seemingly unfazed by the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history...Show More Summary

Turkish Correspondent Detained at Istanbul Airport

Turkish journalist Razi Canikligil, the New York and United Nations correspondent for Turkey’s Hurriyet Daily News, was detained at Istanbul airport upon returning to the country from the United States, Hurriyet reported.

New York Reporter Claims He Got PTSD From Firing An AR-15

Things apparently didn’t go so well for New York Daily News reporter Gersh Kuntzman after he visited a gun shop in the immediate aftermath of the horrific Orlando shooting. Kuntzman’s goal was to learn more about why AR-15 and other such weapons hold a great appeal for gun owners as well as gaining understanding about... Show More Summary

Classic New York Daily News Anti-Trump Front Page

Some of the best, most blunt (and at times outrageous) newspaper front pages are from from the New York tabloids, and today the New York Daily News had a classic touting a story about how some delegates to the Republican Convention are actively looking for a way to dump Trump: Read the New York Daily [...]Show More Summary

Cops: 14-Year-Old Boy Steals Car, Kills 8-Year-Old Girl

A 14-year-old boy is facing vehicular manslaughter charges after police say he stole a Jeep and hit an 8-year-old girl who was just leaving school Thursday in Baltimore, the New York Daily News reports. According to the Baltimore Sun, police tried to stop the stolen Jeep just three blocks from...

New York Delivers Daily Fantasy Sports Much Needed Reprieve

FanDuel, DraftKings and many other daily fantasy sports operators desperately needed positive news in New York and received it early in the morning after the New York Assembly and Senate passed a bill to legalize fantasy sports.

A Short-Lived Retirement for Newspaper Vet Martin Gottlieb

Following stints at the Post, Daily News and New York Times, he joins Newsday.

MRC’s Bozell Slams NYT Smear of NRA, Cooper’s ‘Gotcha’ Interview with Bondi

Media Research Center President Brent Bozell appeared on the Fox Business Network (FBN) early Thursday evening to lambaste the latest “garbage” cover by the tabloid New York Daily News and blast CNN’s Anderson Cooper for his work of “gotcha journalism” hounding Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on Tuesday.

A Reaction to the Orlando Massacre: Liberal Redneck Edition

Trae Crowder, the Liberal Redneck (now with the New York Daily News), has a mostly serious commentary about the Orlando massacre -- and it's just as worth watching as his other videos:

4 ways newsrooms can address a lack of diversity

When John Henry joined the New York Daily News four decades ago, he worked in a bubble. Women were few in the newsroom, and journalists of color were even fewer. The staff was dominated by an overwhelming majority of white men, and diversity was the least of anyone’s worries. “It was a period of declining circulation, and I think [the...

Giants pursuit of Eugene Monroe has already started

The Giants have been looking for tackle help all offseason, so when one fell into the market yesterday, they were naturally interested. According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, the Giants have already contacted former Ravens tackle Eugene Monroe, and think they have a “decent chance” of landing him. The Ravens released…

Obscure NY Filing Exposes Clinton's Millions In Foreign Donations

Submitted by Richard Pollock via The Daily Caller News Foundation, Clinton Foundation officials used an obscure New York state charity board filing amendment to disclose that the non-profit received $17.7 million in donations from foreign...Show More Summary

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