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'Apparently it's not enough to say that 'lots of people think we do a jolly good job' anymore.'
"Tonight there is no news and recent surveys indicate that that my be good news."
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"A Ms. Ramona Bissell of West Allison, Vermont, writes, 'What the hell is going on?' We here at WVCN think that question deserves an answer."
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'What do you mean he got a C-minus on his report! I was up all night writing that thing!'
"You cannot have helped but notice the concerned expression on my face. This is because of some news I have to report."
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'Ships plumber reporting for duty.'
"Are there any reports of illness at this table?"
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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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"I know it's the right thing to do, but if we call the cops this sandbox will be tied up for weeks."
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"Tonight's top stories—chaos, pandemonium, mayhem, and the latest shenanigans of ____."
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"I hate to be a wet blanket, Officer, but I wish to report my purse has been snatched."
Tags:police officer, police officers, policeman, policemen, 1940s policeman, old fashioned policeman, reporting a crime, report a crime, report, reporting, reported, crimes, mugging, mugger, mugged, bag snatched, theft, polite, overly polite, apologetic, overly apologetic, interrupt, interrupting, pushchair, pram, buggy, pushchairs, prams, buggies, 1940s pram, 1940s, vintage, vintage cartoon, vintage cartoons
'I think your son shows aptitude for becoming a pollster. After each Math answer he writes 'plus or minus 10%.''
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"My parents didn't write it--they just tweaked it."
Tags:school, schools, schooling, class, classroom, classrooms, elementary school, primary school, secondary school, middle school, junior high school, teacher, teachers, teaching, life of a teacher, educator, educators, student, students, life of a student, youth, child, kindergarten, child, children, homework, classwork, essay, essays, homework assignment, homework assignments, home work, parents, parenting, parent, writer, writers, writing, report, reports, reporting, editor, editors, copyedit, copyeditors, copyediting, proofread, proofreading, copy editing, copy editor, copy editors
How's my absolution! (800)-HAIL MARY
'I'd like to report an identity theft.'
Comparing the headlines of three different New York based newspapers.
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"Ronald Reagan won two victories in the Senate today, one victory in the House, and one victory in House-Senate conference, which gives him a career total of a hundred and ninety victories - only thirty-nine short of the world's record of two hundred and twenty-nine victories, held by Franklin Delano Roosevelt."
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"This Just In."
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"The relatively placid seas and those vacationers behind me notwithstanding, Dan, it's really starting to blow out here."
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This is News Six reporting from the New Jersey Turnpike. Southbound traffic is at a standstill. Now back to the newsroom.
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"The post-season coverage ended yesterday. This is the pre-season coverage."
Tags:sport, sports, television, televisions, tv, t.v., tvs, t.v.s, watching tv, watching television, watching sports on tv, watching sports on television, coverage, pre-season, post-season, postseason, preseason, season, seasons, seasonal, commentary, reporting, report, reports, show, shows, program, programs, programmes, programmes, never-ending, neverending
'I don't understand your question. Could you restate it as an answer?'
'That's better. ... OK, now you may ask your question.'
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"Turning to the City Hall forecast, this brief period of contrition will be followed by increasing testiness, leading to major squalls on Monday."
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'Let's go to our education reporter for more underreporting of school success stories.'