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if you cared to read the article before posting a comment you would have read it was called Track.
This comes from the bygone days of dead-tree-based newspapers. If you only have a limited amount of space for a headline, you can use bigger type if you use fewer words. Of course, this practice makes no sense at all in the age of the Interwebs, since "and" only takes 2 bytes more than a comma.
Trying to write headlines using fewer words than necessary can result in some rather humorous WTF moments. James Tatanto, editor of OpinionJournal.com had a daily recount of the worst of these in his "Best of the Web" blog under the category heading, "Someone set up us the bomb."
No, i can`t STAND it when people who get paid to write can`t form a sentence correctly. Especially since you generally need a degree to get a real job in journalism- not a good look for the schools. And people wonder why they call us "STUPID Americans..."
Sooo... i suppose you want a cookie now ;) j/k good post, I`m thinking awwww of the day
(Facepalm in 3...2...1...)
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who the hell wrote this?