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"First, we numb you by showing you today's headlines."
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"Have you consider the possibility that I don't want the paper?"
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"I don't suppose there's another once-in-a-lifetime astronomical phenomenon coming up soon?"
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"O.K., but what I'm about to tell you does not leave this news cycle."
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Global warming forcing wildlife out of natural habitats.
"Now here's my co-anchor, Nancy, with a conflicting account of that very same story."
"You look sensational!"
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Two headlines read 'dog bites cat,' and 'cat bites dog.'
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"Who am I to question our government's policies? I'll tell you who I am! I'm Bernard A. Nesbitt, who reads the 'Times,' the 'Wall Street Journal,' the 'Post,' 'Newsweek,' 'Time,' 'Business Week,' 'U.S.News & World Report,' 'Look,' 'Life,' and 'Saturday Evening Post.' That's who I am!"
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"We opened our newscast with the question, 'Did a U.F.O. land on Staten Island?' We can now report that did not happen."
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Florida Man Strikes Again
"The news is getting more perplexing by the minute, but what can you do?!"
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'Although nothing newsworthy happened today, we will give you meaningless chatter, with the same enthusiasm we reserve for breaking news.'
"I'll check the news."
Comparing the headlines of three different New York based newspapers.
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"It looks like it's going to be a slow news night."
New Studies Show All Foods Bad For You.
Revenge of the Snails
Flower steals water during a drought.
"The idea that the government introduces change for the SAKE of it is NONSENSE...we also introduce it so we have an endless stream of tabloid friendly headlines and meaningless sound bites."
'It may seem dull to you now, Harry, but at one time, everything in that book was breaking news.'
'It says here that most people believe what they read in the papers.'
"Well, if the news bothers you so, turn it off."
'Watch the news with the sound turned off. You're suffering from information overload.'