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  • When a postponed awards show returned to a newsed-out audience, some comment was made about how arts and culture serves a need in society, if only for a release from the harsh realities of life.

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  • She cud be vera affauble whan she likit, I'll say that muckle for the dowager; an 'me an' her newsed quite couthie-like as we traivellt.

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  • "A friend told me that I need to smile more because it always looks like I have my lawyer face on," Read said, sitting in front of a press camera at her office. copy edit: Abby Rogers, newsed: emily Sarah Read

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  • Google newsed 'Apple' this morning, lots of FUD articles, doom trend rising to fever pitch, has made me laugh and shake head for decades.


  • Un-newsed news is far more diverse, granular and decentralized than anything a single newspaper could provide, offline or on.



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