Friday Funny February 19, 2015 Extra! Extra! Read All About It!


Happy Friday!  We live in the Information Age where all sorts of information and news is available from a plethora of  sources twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.  With all that information so freely flowing, there are bound to be a few wires that get crossed, unintentionally or intentionally, from time to time.  This Friday, for you enjoyment and pondering, I present some of the more interesting headlines that have made their way past all the editors.


Some Headlines Just Make Me Wonder

County to Pay $250,000 to Advertise Lack of Funds 

Man Accused of Killing Lawyer Receives a New Attorney  

Midget Sues Grocer, Cites Belittling Remarks

One-armed Man Applauds the Kindness of Strangers

Volunteers Search for Old Civil War Planes

Cows Lose Their Jobs as Milk Prices Drop

Slowdown Continues to Accelerate

Man Tries Armed Robbery with Knife in Gun Store

Authorities Pursue Man Running with Scissors

Fire Extinguisher Factory Destroyed in Massive Blaze

Pigs Dies as Houses Are Blown Down

Farmer Bill Dies in House

Hospitals are Sued by 7 Foot Doctors

Chef Throws His Heart into Helping Feed Needy

Local High School Dropouts Cut in Half

And Some Headlines Just Make Me Scratch My Head

City Unsure Why the Sewer Smells

Homicide victims rarely talk to police

Fish Need Water, Feds Say

Statistics Show that Teen Pregnancy Drops Off Significantly After Age 25

Use Clothing to Keep Warm During Winter

Thought for the Week

We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be. ~Kurt Vonnegut


1 thought on “Friday Funny February 19, 2015 Extra! Extra! Read All About It!

  1. Allen

    Once, a local newspaper from Middletown, Ohio had a picture of State Route 4 from the vantage point as if you were driving down the road in your vehicle. You could see a line of dozens of knocked down mailboxes littered along the road on this snowy winter day. I will never forget the inaccurate but humorous headline on that day that was aimed at myself and the other city employees of nearby Monroe, Ohio. It read, “Monroe plow drivers plow more than just streets.”



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