Category Archives: Journalism

  1. Tabloid broadsheet horror

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    June 24, 2022 by jacklovelace

    Went to see a horror movie today, The Black Phone. Good movie. It is set in Denver in the 70’s …
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  2. Dylan to Joe to great headline

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    June 23, 2022 by jacklovelace

    While out walking and listening to Sirius they played a Dylan classic “Stuck inside of Mobile with the Memphis blues …
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  3. Love that diary

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    June 20, 2022 by jacklovelace

    The best thing about the New York Times……………………….Metropolitan Diary.

  4. Non disclosure is so wrong

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    June 10, 2022 by jacklovelace

    The journalist in me has always chafed about secrecy when public officials are terminated or let go and everyone declares …
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  5. Wyoming should sue. Pickett goes wrong

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    May 22, 2022 by jacklovelace

    I have read all of C.J. Box’s Joe Pickett books. I love them. I pray Box had nothing to do …
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  6. It’s the little things

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    May 6, 2022 by jacklovelace

    Sometimes the most maddening parts of shoddy journalism are the little things that mean a lot. Example today. The Denver …
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  7. Vintage Nicolas Cage

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    April 29, 2022 by jacklovelace

    Anyone who has spent time here for a few years has heard this one but the new Nicolas Cage movie …
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  8. Call me………………….

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    April 18, 2022 by jacklovelace

    I am a big friend of free speech and I’m not leading any woke parades. So I was checking myself …
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  9. Homeboys and hot topics

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    March 22, 2022 by jacklovelace

    Lee Childs. C.J. Box. And the Robert Parker Spenser series. Someone tipped me off to a podcast out of Denver …
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  10. Look at Rodgers run

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    January 25, 2022 by jacklovelace

    I know a lot of media speculation is merely a way to fill space, either air or online or print. …
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