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Funny story: Comic Books: Literacy for the Illiterate

Comic Books: Literacy for the Illiterate

A comic book is a magazine, rarely a book, printed on cheap newsprint or toilet tissue, which is rarely funny, or "comic," so it should be renamed, but those in the industry are lazy, preferring to draw poorly executed pictures that illustrate barely literate narratives (stories) in bold and fancy fonts. Due to the imbecilic level of their "reader's" intelligence and literacy, these magazines a...
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Funny story: English GCSE results: Does it effect peoples ability's in todays journalism?

English GCSE results: Does it effect peoples ability's in todays journalism?

With the legal challenge over this years English examinations expected to be pushed through with some urgance, many are asking if a GCSE in English truly has any affect on the quality of articles being written by currant journalists. If the English...
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Funny story: Supper-Injuctions

Supper-Injuctions

Thise is the Laytexte Newe's Laitexet's bi'e Investitgratin'e Rep-otre We have of bine hearde of that theryr has of bin many storeiys what are of aboute theses supere-injuctshns what are of been happent to all suche premire legge foutballer ekc ekcet. What of is hase bine cafortin wiyth modiles gurl. Hore iss ite? Wee hav of evindense of otherr doin's ,like , whot is "suoepur-injutions"...
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Funny story: Britain has no litteracy problem, Minister clailms

Britain has no litteracy problem, Minister clailms

British government Education Minister, Mrs Cherie Baybee, today made the surprise claim that British people had no problems with reading and writing. 'Thanks to the Labour goverment', she said, 'all children and adults are not only equal, they are...
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