Daily Archives: March 23, 2014

So ‘Over’ It: AP Loses ‘More Than’ Style

Over and more than have always been used interchangeably in day-to-day conversation, much to the chagrin of people who root themselves in Associated Press style, like journalists and copy editors. So when AP officially announced that more than and over … Continue reading

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United Flyers Saddled with More Baggage Fees

Prepare to pay more for that extra tote the next time you travel. For United Airlines, new bag-sizing boxes at many airports has many passengers cringing as they approach security. The airline has now enforced limits on the size of … Continue reading

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‘Bachelor’ in Need of Reality Check

“It’s okay.” “I like her.” “It’s good.” These generic phrases were uttered countless times by vapid Venezuelan soccer stud Juan Pablo Galavis throughout ABC’s current season of The Bachelor. Instead of the typical exotic dates, fantasy romances and the occasional … Continue reading

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Gaga’s ‘Art’ Spews Green Slime

Lady Gaga is promoting her controversial new album “Artpop” across the U.S. Controversy surrounds the project and some say she has gone too far in efforts to blend art and pop. During her performance at the South by Southwest Music … Continue reading

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Turkey’s Twitter Blackout Sparks Outrage

Outrage broke out across the globe Friday, March 20 when “#TwitterisblockedinTurkey” began trending. Turkey’s Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan vowed to “wipe out” Twitter regardless of the international community’s viewpoint on the matter. Based on the trending hashtag, this was no … Continue reading

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