Anyway, the new classic heading is "Question and Answer," with a headline from one place answered by some headline somewhere else. Yesterday's BOTW column had 3 examples:
"Why Is Australia So Hot Right Now?"--headline, Guardian website (London), Jan. 14When I finally get done laughing about that, I notice — I hope you're enjoying this meandering story of the order in which I notice things — that the main topic of that column is something I've been talking about for a long time: free speech values beyond the First Amendment right. The constitutional right is held only against government entities, but we can and should demand that private entities show respect for the freedom of speech. BOTW, i.e. James Taranto, is weighing in on the "Duck Dynasty" controversy and defending Bobby Jindal — who said "I remember when TV networks believed in the First Amendment" — against mockery.
"Just in Case You've Forgotten, Half the Planet Is in the Middle of a Sweaty Summer Right Now"--headline, Puffington Host, Jan. 7
"Where Are the Jellyfish, Exactly?"--headline, New York Times, Jan. 16
" 'Spineless' England Face Backlash"--headline, Australian Associated Press, Jan. 6
"What if Satan and Hitler Opened a McDonald's in Hell?"--headline, Wired.com, Jan. 15, 2014
" 'Big Mac' Remains Red-Hot"--headline, HernandoToday.com (Tampa, Fla.), Dec. 17, 2013
UPDATE: LOL. Taranto winks at this post.