Re: Bad Headlines

Subject: Re: Bad Headlines
From: Janice Gelb <Janice -dot- Gelb -at- Sun -dot- COM>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2007 07:57:03 +1000

Steve Cavanaugh wrote:
> "Man Held in Slaying of Internet Bride Found in Suitcase"
> Who was found in the suitcase? These drive me batty!

The Columbia Journalism Review runs bunches of
double-meaning headlines on their back page in
every issue. I have two of their book collections:
"Squad Helps Dog Bite Victim" and "Red Tape Holds
Up New Bridge" You can still find copies of them
at used book sites.

-- Janice

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