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Saturday, September 4, 2010

Open for business

Posted By on Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 5:05 PM

The Saturday line is open. But a few things:

1) A reader gave Ark. Blog readers the early jump on this last night, but it's probably worth a mainpage link to the Craigslist decision to close its "adult services" section after complaints from a baker's dozen of smut-busting a.g.'s, including Dustin McDaniel. Confidential to General McDaniel: I don't think Craigslist was the only source of advertising of sexual services. You could ride this hobbyhorse a loooong time.

2) Want a laugh and a good read? A Rupert Murdoch tabloid is questioning the New York Times's ethics for this magazine investigation of the sleazy tabloid, in hot water for hacking into private voice mail accounts..

3) 52-10.

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