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Friday, December 01, 2006



Two major stories in today's San Jose Mercury News. The lead article on page one, taken from The New York Times, is headlined:
Rapid Iraq exit appears unlikely
The second, a full-page article on page three, taken from the Los Angeles Times, is headlined:
Pressure builds for change
GOP Expected to use Iraq panel's report to press for troop withdrawals
One of my strategies for reading the paper is only to read articles which are actual news, i.e., things which have actually happened. You can save a heck of a lot of time skipping the articles about things which are "going to" happen, someone is proposing, and so on. As an added bonus, your head won't explode from reading two contradictory articles on the same day.

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