Thursday, March 4, 2010

How Will The End of Print Journalism Affect Hoarders?

A brand new goodie from The Onion. Gotta love something that makes fun out the best place you ever worked in....


8 comments:

Anthony said...

My ex's aunt was (is?) a newspaper hoarder. I always wanted to go to her house while she was away and bundle them up and burn them in her backyard.
"Where are my papers?"
"In that pile over there. Follow the smell."

With the Internet, what's the point of hoarding papers, unless it's a mental disorder - which, in fact, it is.

Once we're all on Kindle, what are they going to hoard? Tons of Micro SD cards?

Ana said...

Where will Nell make wee-wee?
I'm deeply concerned!
Love you Susan!
Ana

Steve E said...

Take away all the "news that's fit.."
and the house will implode...

"Hey Mom, where did the upstairs bathroom go? I was reading a newspaper there."

(I'm gonna blogroll your site. OK?)

susan said...

Steve, honored! I like your site too. You are a real mench....

I like newspapers. Though the media company I worked for never used that medium, everything was wired and TV and radio

NOS said...

I love their use of the word "loon."

susan said...

I do too, but I will let this one slip- this one time.

Syd said...

I think that I am a book hoarder. Nothing replaces a good hard cover book, although I like my Kindle a lot.

susan said...

Syd, I love books, my dream is to have a house with a library room.

But on the other hand, I wouldn't mind a Kindle either. Maybe Santa will buy one for me this Christmas

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