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EDIT: The right fight at the wrong time

Brian Zulberti, Esquire wants to fight the good fight for sexually open people. Like many recent law school graduates, Zulberti began his job search in an unforgiving job market. Instead of assimilating to a professional culture, he has taken a radically different approach to applying for work in Delaware. Instead of attaching a resume and […]

EDIT: They all end up mud slinging

Negative political advertisements are utterly exhausting. In between songs on Pandora or during “Glee,” we are forced to consume 30 seconds of stories about how one of the candidates destroyed a person’s life, frequently litters, or maybe cheated on taxes. But mud-slinging advertisements shift voters’ attention to how inadequate one candidate is as opposed to […]


You know those people that built Stonehenge? Well, University of Buckingham researchers recently discovered that those people ate roasted toads. We here at the ol’ Free Press were wondering what people on campus would feast on while hard at work. CFA: Cigarettes and coffee. SAR: Clif Bars. SMG: Caviar and quarters. COM: Free pizza that […]

EDIT: Hands up for Boston Police?

Remember that time when David Ortiz hit a grand slam and tied the game on Sunday? Not only did that moment lead to the eventual Red Sox victory, it produced a fantastic photo of a Boston Police Department officer celebrating. With his arms in the air, Officer Steve Horgan and his aura of triumph and […]

EDIT: Punished for good judgement

The number of drunk driving-related fatalities in the U.S. has declined over the past 30 years. In 2011, 9,878 people fewer than 21 years old died in alcohol induced accidents, while in 1982, 21,113 young people died, according to statistics from the Century Council. This is about organizations such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving and […]