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The Herald Marvels At Internet

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How many newspaper reporters does it take to write a dumb article? Apparently three.

Today’s Miami Herald has Jay Weaver, Todd Wright and Evan S. Benn on the trail of online escort services in the wake of Spitzergate. These intrepid scribes enlighten readers about the proliferation of high-priced hos advertising their talents on the web. The kicker line reads: “The Internet has made hiring a prostitute almost as easy as buying a book from Amazon.”

Gee, really? Wow! I did not know that! This Internet thing is so freaking amazing! I gotta run out and get me a Comcast connection now! -- Francisco Alvarado

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