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From NPR 23 August 2010 (source).
Submitted by Dan Adler who comments:
In other words, “Vote for me, or else!”
From the Arizona Daily Star 22 August 2010 (source).
The headline has since been changed.
Submitted by Alan R. Solot who comments:
Vin Scully has always been my very favorite baseball announcer. But, has he moved from broadcasting the Dodgers to being a psychic?
From MarketWatch 24 August 2010 (source).
Submitted by Daniel Barkalow who comments:
Turns out craters aren’t such a good place to keep products and supplies.
We’ll try warehouses and store shelves in the future.
From the BBC 25 August 2010 (source).
The headline has since been updated.
Submitted by Rick.
From The Daily Beast 20 August 2010 (source).
Submitted by C. Vick who comments:
How old are the remains again?
From the London Evening Standard around 1978.
Submitted by Mike who comments:
all caps no punctuation
I’ve lost count of the interpretations
but why should the queen want to marry again I wondered at a tender age!
From the Los Angeles Times Entertainment Blog 19 August 2010 (source).
Submitted by Daz Moore who comments:
“Aztec remains” can be taken two ways, either the remains were dug up or just left there ;o)
From the Associated Press 20 August 2010 (source).
Submitted by Paul Gallagher who comments:
I like leftover turkey.
From the BBC 16 August 2010 (source).
Submitted by Peter LeFanu Lumsdaine who comments:
I guess they ‘like’ the scam?
(This blossom may not work as well for US English speakers, who’d presumably expect “Facebook ‘dislikes’…”, but as a British speaker, it seems quite natural enough that I didn’t work out the correct reading until I was a couple of paragraphs into the story.)