Reading with Scissors

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If you notice stuff like you see here at Reading with Scissors, send it our way. If you can, scan and save it as a jpeg, then email it. You can include a suggested headline/caption, but it’s not necessary. You can also snail mail to:

Reading with Scissors
PO Box 221
Fox River Grove, IL 60021

We can’t promise we’ll use it, but if we do, we’ll give you a Reading with Scissors byline! We’re working on a better incentive, but it might be awhile. Of course, you might prefer anonymity, and we’ll be glad to honor your wish.

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5 Comments »

  1. I like your passtime, though I have stumbled upon a variation of it that keeps me busy.
    Becausse no one knows what copy editors used to do, it pleases me to see how the absence of that voice in the cyber editorial process often leads to Internet weirdness. It’s all a question of taste which generally is a missing URL link.
    As an old boss told me: Don’t put the “planes goes down in flames killing all on board” story on the same page as a Delta ad.
    This week, the grim reaper struck Yahoo. For about two hours, its lead national news story was “Body of dead girl found in landfill.”
    The No. 2 story right beneath: All you ever wanted to know about composting.

    Cheers
    David Rutter

    Comment by David Rutter — October 23, 2009 @ 1:06 pm

    • As the young people say, ROTFL. Composting maybe should have been held back a couple hours.

      Comment by readingwithscissors — October 23, 2009 @ 4:40 pm

  2. http://www.pajamajeans.com/
    Better’n a snuggie.

    Comment by Doctor Jeans — February 19, 2010 @ 12:31 pm

    • This is great! Thanks…may use it, if we do, can we simply credit Doctor Jeans?

      Comment by readingwithscissors — February 20, 2010 @ 12:16 pm


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