Friday, 13 November 2009

Giving Good Headlines

We had a nice letter today from Clare over at, a peculiar site which seems to specialise in both replacement ink cartridge and musical commentary.  Hey, in these times of recession, it's a boon to be able to multitask - particularly when you're offering cheap ink into the bargain.

Naturally, you need great quantities of ink to produce attention-grabbing headlines and this great post counts down the ten most infamous headlines ever printed.  They're all there, from the NME's famous rumour-mongering (printed right) which led to an all-out battle where music was the loser to the various ways famous singers have shuffled off this mortal coil.

It also reinforces the opinion that, no matter what you think of The Sun and their selfish personal agenda propagation, the buggers have come up with some of the greatest puns of our time.

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