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New Oxford Notes: March 2003

This Just in: Dubya Guilty of Murder!

That's what the Oakland Tribune is trying to tell us.

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And This Just in: New Oxford Review Recommends Burning Envoy Magazine (Specifically 5.6)

That's what the editor of Envoy is trying to tell us.

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When Minimizing the Priestly Sex Scandals Boomerangs

Tom Hoopes and the Register are trying mighty hard to pull the wool over our eyes.

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"Mean" Michael Rose

Michael Rose has suffered "the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune."

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The Register Apologizes. (Not Really.)

The Register returns to the scene of the crime with an editorial titled "Goodbye, Bad Blood?"

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