Yeah, the headline’s special. But personally, I’m smitten with the giant logo in the banner, perfect for those who can’t find the URL in the browser. From the Tazewell Star in Tazewell County, Va. Source: Screenshot of original.
If you allow headlines like that, the terrorirists have won. From LATimes.com on Jan. 21, 2014. Source: Screenshot of original.
See, now, a Jeep could have made it out alive. But we’re talking a Regal not a Wrangler. From the Chicago Tribune’s Facebook page and Chicago Breaking News twitter feed. Source: Screenshots of original.
Pretty much any pun works here. Runs. Filling it up. Fast break. Dribble. From the Nov. 23, 2013, edition of the Memphis Commercial Appeal. Source: @MaryM3587
One might call this an error. I might call it the best dummy text ever. Although, Samuel L. Ipsum is pretty fab, too. And yeah, Deadspin noticed. From the Detroit News’s website, DetroitNews.com, on Nov. 12, 2013. Source: Screenshot of original.
Without doubt, that is both elderly and inspirational. And hey, it has a tail. From the Nov. 13, 2013, edition of the Chicago Tribune. Source: Photo of original.
To keep score, that’s one fewer social media coordinator at the Atlanta Journal Constitution and one more at Fox News. From @ajc, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s official Twitter account, on Oct. 23, 2013. Source: Shared file.
We need a new category of hazmat to cover a fiery shit down at an oil refinery. Or maybe that’s just a Level No. 2. From the ChicagoTribune.com on Oct. 24, 2013. Source: Screenshot of original.
Oh, this is one of those fancy “takeover” ads. I can only assume designers weren’t the ones “taking over.” At least you can still see the “HOT TOPICS” navigation. Other screenies of the site suggest this might have been the rollover version of the ad, which doesn’t make it any more right. From the Baltimore Sun’s website, BaltimoreSun.com, on Sunday, Aug. 25. Source: Shared files via @timwindsor and @adage.