Friday, August 05, 2005

The Guardian closes down!

I always thought that headlines served the purpose of giving a brief taste of the information to be found in the related article. Reading The Guardian, however, I've learned that they apparently serve an altogether different purpose: to express the hopes of the writer himself.

A headline today in The Guardian:
Elusive sniper saps US morale in Baghdad
Read the article, however, and you will find not a single, solitary mention of US troop morale. Not one.


Anonymous David H said...

What was most unpeasant about this article was the writer's (Rory Carroll's) evident admiration for this Iraqi sniper. After all, he is just killing American soldiers...

2:25 PM  

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