Thursday, February 19, 2009

Who Says the Newspaper Is Dead?

Introducing America's newest newspaper, created by a five-year-old. You think he's kidding? Mom took him to make 10 color copies at Kinko's last night, and after school today, he's going to stuff them in plastic bags and deliver them to select houses on our block.

(I'm waiting for the day he says, "Daddy, today I want to start a social networking site!")

6 comments:

Tyler said...

are there any openings for a news columnist?

Anonymous said...

save us a copy!! We want a subscription!! We're happy to pay top dollar.

Beeslippers

Nate said...

The screenshot is cut off. I can't tell if James merely scored 72 points, or scored the last 72 points for Notre Dame, or possibly even the last 72 points of the game!

M. F. said...

I commend James' dedication to reporting on the facts on the ground in the town of my alma mater. And also for reporting on how much the Golden Bears are going to beat up on those dreaded Trojans!

Marc Conklin said...

Actually, I think he's in the Mark Twain (Nevada era) tradition of just making stuff up rather than reporting the facts. Although he did indeed score the last 72 points for Notre Dame...

Vegas Gopher said...

Those game-ending 72-0 runs are rare indeed, especially when contained to one player. Were there any witnesses, or was the game on Vs.?

And I like how you've already brainwashed your kid into thinking that Berkeley is the center of the universe, you commie pinko liberal puke.