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Discussion in 'Reading & Writing' started by Bill Boggs, Jan 16, 2019.
I was about to ask you the same thing!
Is it "that time of the month" for y'all?
None of you have answered my question. Go back to the First Post in my Thread and try to comprehend my words.
I hear the term "Award-Winning News" every day...haven't you?
It's some Network or Local news program patting themselves on the back, making "Award-Winning News" a meaningless term.
A tree grows in Brooklyn.
Read (on-line) too many to list here. Both sides, from Post and NYT to Drudge and everything in between.. a news junkie.
Passing on my way of reading at least the lead article from most subscription sites. I use it all the time and link it first on my browser. Free, easy to use, and works on most sites where the teaser first few lines of the article are shown. You'll be able to read that article without links or ads..
download the free Mercury Reader here. As of now, only works in chrome.
Lon, "Award -Winning" news are those Network news programs who tout their news coverage as "Award-Winning".
I don’t think Paul Revere was ever given an award.
Did he write for The Washington Post or The New York Times?
Dunno. Have to ask Hal. Maybe B. Franklin had an award winning newspaper. Hal would know. He reads award winning stuff.
I’m not even sure if Poor Richards Almanac got an award either but I read it once if that counts.
Received a copy of The Epoch Times in the mail today. Anyone reading it?
I doubt we get that here....
It is a paper delivered to all 50 States by mail, once a week (Thursday), plus 5 days of e-delivery.
Special mail offer: $39.00 for 3 month, 139.00 for 12 months The epoch Times
But @Joe Riley England is not a member.
You might be able to get it on your iPad, Holly, because there is an app for the Epoch Times in the Apple App Store. The app is free, so I am not sure what more you would get when you buy a subscription for it.
Here is what the main page of the app looks like.