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From Fri Oct 18 09:55:29 PDT 1996
Article: 75398 of alt.revisionism
From: (Charles R.L. Power)
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Subject: Re: Allied atrocities--stainless Stele forgery?
Date: 18 Oct 1996 06:25:04 -0400
Organization: Express Access Online Communications, Greenbelt, MD USA
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References:  <547gdj$>
NNTP-Posting-Host: (Kurt Stele) writes:

>Shitlock Holmes, get a copy of January 9th, 1949 and then prove to me the
>"DAILY"  News wasn't Sunday-issued in 1949.
> ^^^^^^^                                                             ^^^^^^^^

Stele, Moron, there was no such issue because that title was not issued 
on Sunday in 1949. How do I know? MLK, the main public library in the
District, has a microfilm collection of the WASHINGTON DAILY NEWS. Ah, 
there's January 8, 1949. Ah, there's January 10, 1949. Oops, there's
nothing inbetween. I checked with the librarian in the newspaper section
to see if the paper's Sundays were stored elsewhere. She replied that 
they were not, and that as she recalled, that title had no Sunday edition
in the 60s, either.

>Then obtain a copy of the SUNDAY PICTORIAL and eat your words asshole.

As should have been evident by my post, I don't have easy access to all
British periodicals, if indeed there was such a periodical as the SUNDAY
PICTORIAL. In any case, I simply pointed out that the WASHINGTON DAILY
NEWS cite was bogus, since the WASHINGTON DAILY NEWS did not appear on
the date shown.

What was *your* source, Kurtzi? Who gave you those cites?

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