Hot of the Presses

This must be why the media wanted Obama to win (well, other than its liberalism, of course)
The scenario was repeated from coast to coast as newspapers found themselves scrambling to meet unparalleled demand. Some newsstands were cleaned out before dawn.

Papers sold out in Atlanta, Indianapolis, Charlotte, Detroit, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles, among other cities. Some newspapers sold extra editions on the streets or special commemorative copies online. Others began offering front pages laminated or mounted on marble or wood.
I will admit that I also went out and bought a paper yesterday, but that's what I normally do. I have a quite a collection of historical newspapers going all the way back to 1991.


  1. But what are you going to do with all of them? That is the real question.

  2. it's only just beginning, mackenzie. paul has a tote about 3 ft x 2 ft and about 2.5 feet deep that is completely full of baseball cards. it literally takes two men to move it. he also has a completely insane hot wheels collection.

    at least newspapers are flat.