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Delivery Problems, Day Two: Denver Post Actually Arrives

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First, I have to watch that game. Then, this morning, I head to my driveway in search of newspapers that were missing yesterday, and my momentary elation at seeing them where they should be is promptly shattered by the main headline on the Denver Post's up-front World Series section: "Darned Sox."

"Darned Sox"? What the heck? Gee willikers, Wally: That's the lamest headline since the invention of the printing press. Thanks a heap, Denver Post. I didn't think it was possible -- but you guys actually made me feel worse. -- Michael Roberts

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