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The staff of the New York Post—for all the paper's illustrious history—is a fairly irreverent bunch. One way or another, the staffers who wrote these headlines have been around since 1801. Or rather, the spirit surrounding them has.
should be updated to include stuff from Flunking Chemistry ClassPublished 3 months ago by Jim Lynch
The worst ! Verrrry poorly compiled mess. Get at Library ONLY. This must have been compiled in 4 hours by some Nephew of the so-called "Publisher" whilst he was doing... Read morePublished 10 months ago by SF Paul NS
I love this news paper. To have some of the best front pages is fantastic. It's going to be a nice Coffee table book.Published 23 months ago by Curtis Schulze
Great coffee table cook, that will spark conversations whenever left out. A must have for a New Yorker. I have also been known to read this while on the john. Wink WinkPublished on November 18, 2013 by Michael
Hilarious and good for easing tension. Creative puns and very clever play on the actual news, good relaxation reading, worthwhile.Published on October 30, 2013 by ghsnj
i gave it as a gift. our family read many of the articles aloud at our christmas gathering. we got some good laughs.Published on January 6, 2013 by freckles
i work in media, and love headlines. this book is a lot of fun to read, a few pages at a time or all at once. Read morePublished on April 4, 2012 by jack
Tongue in cheek humor to describe a sometimes horrorific scene or crime. Even better if you get associated newspaper articles.Published on January 29, 2012 by Richard D. Downey