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April 23, 2009

A SIMPLE 'CANCEL MY SUBSCRIPTION' WOULD HAVE SUFFICED

Live shark left outside newspaper office

(Thanks to Allen at Division, Siouxie, Horace LaBadie and Cynthia)

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Wouldn't have worked, Dave. I've just been reading an article about how newspapers are making it harder and harder to cancel. I guess we finally got to the point where only a live shark can get the job done.

land shark

What with all the debts piling up in the business, I'm guessing it's a message from the local loan shark.

The scoop from The Standard. With video. It's a crime to annoy the fish, by the way.

Fish wrap.

Candygram

I guess the paper should not have dropped Classic Peanuts.

You're right Not My Usual Alias. They should have kept Classic Peanute and dropped Doonesbury, since nobody knows what the heck it's about anyway,or the comic strip Cathy.

Anyone seen Sharkie??

Wasn't me - I have witnesses that at that time I was celebrating Earth Day by partaking in natural elements like Wheat, hops, and water.

I guess I'll be a day late for that. Ale House tonite!!

They meant to leave Abe Vigoda, but Jon Stewart had him stashed away.

He's still alive? wow.

The Constable "nursed" the shark ... in the van ...

O ... K ...

Whutever turns him on, I guess ...

Very colourful.

And then various TV show producers took turns jumping over it...

(Actually tonite's episode of "Supernatural" which introduces a third Winchester brother is titled "Jump the Shark" so at least Kripke has a sense of humor...!)

(Actually tonite's episode of "Supernatural" which introduces a third Winchester brother is titled "Jump the Shark" so at least Kripke has a sense of humor...!)

I didn't think they could get any more self-referential after the prophetic line of books.

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