I just adore negative headlines. They are so easy to conjure up and then it’s a breeze to write an article. Stumbling across this so called new article recently titled, 10 Things Steve Jobs Won’t Announce at Apple’s WWDC, I was astonished to notice that the first paragraph rejoiced in giving this article a sub-title of ‘News Analysis’.

Well, if this is indeed news analysis, I think I might get into some in-depth news analysis myself.

Why don’t I start with a few incisive and believable news analysis type headlines and see how far I can get before being sued for libel.

‘Madonna Did Not Have A Sex Change’

‘5 Things That Won’t Happen This Year’

‘Obama Was Not Born In Alaska’

‘There Was No Earthquake In New York Yesterday’

‘John F. Kennedy Was Not A Cuban Exile’

‘Steve Jobs Will Not Get A Seat On Google Board’

‘10 Reasons Why Russia Will Not Invade Papua New Guinea’

‘Elvis Is Not Living In Turkey’

My list of negatively formed headlines is positively endless. I could have so much fun ranting on for hours about things that never happened or will never happen or are so blatantly untrue it is a cinch to prove that they are untrue and sound credible while I’m at it.

‘Derek Haines Confirms He Is Not Filthy Rich’

I don’t want to say anymore.

Prince Charles Is Not Homosexual
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3 thoughts on “Prince Charles Is Not Homosexual

  • 07/07/2010 at 12:02 am

    Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or even if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and common sense. Buddah
    (He summed it up for me.)

    I make it a habit not to concern myself with what is written or said about others. Believe half of what is said to be nice of you and half of what is said to be evil in others. Never lose sleep over what you cannot change, Unless of course, it directly affects your family or friend. I hate injustice!

  • 09/07/2010 at 4:13 am

    Great post! William Randolph Hearst would have loved you. :)

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