If you only had enough time each day to read one section of the newspaper, which section would you choose to read?
In my youth, it would have been Sports, comics, puzzles, news.
Now I don’t really care much about sports, comics or crossword puzzles.
I get my news from the internet.
Obviously the entertainment section, since that’s my job.
Probably the comics page, then work the puzzles. This is assuming I could get news from the internet. I’d hate to be without my daily paper.
That’s a hard call, because our local paper mixes up the departments for everything except the front page.
I usually save the best for last, the page that has the comics on one side and the features (like the puzzles) on the other. With luck, that will be the “local news page.”
The main section.
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