Chris McKitterick (mckitterick) wrote,
Chris McKitterick

The World's Only SF Newspaper Goes Under

Goodbye, Weekly World News. Oh how we loved you.

When I worked for Microsoft, we had these weekly get-togethers called WIMs (Windows Information Meetings) during busy-times. Brian Valentine would kick things off by reading from the WWN:

Brian: "Why do I read the Weekly World News to you each week?"
Chorous: "Because we're too busy to keep up with the news!"

I have a couple of shirts that he made for us with images from the WWN. This was one:

Too bad this one's dying and not, say, the Enquirer or one of those that meant ill-will to people.


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