This is Part 1 from my files, and I pulled it up to give context to the second part (running next).
This part refers to British newspapers. In the U.K., newspapers are still important -- like they used to be in the U.S. (smirk). London, for instance, has several strong papers. The question is, who reads which newspaper? The tongue-in-cheek reply, which has a lot of truth in it, is:
- The Times: Read by the people who run the country.
- Daily Mirror: Read by the people who think they run the country.
- Guardian: Read by the people who think they ought to run the country.
- Morning Star: Read by the people who think the country ought to be run by another country.
- Daily Mail: Read by the wives of the people who own the country.
- Financial Times: Read by people who own the country.
- Daily Express: Read by the people who think that the country ought to be run as it used to be.
- Daily Telegraph: Read by the people who think it still is.
- The Sun: Their readers don't care who runs the country as long as she has big tits.
See Part 2, coming up next!
Posted November 14, 2011