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Express Titles Hit By Plummeting Sales

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http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,30400-1308701,00.html

"Sunday Express plunged 17.17% year-on-year to 676,165 and its sister title, the Daily Express also shed 3.28% of its readers over the same period. "

Looks like those headlines are being read(or not :P ) for what they are worth.

Maybe they should tell it as it really is before they lose the rest..

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"Sunday Express plunged 17.17% year-on-year to 676,165 and its sister title, the Daily Express also shed 3.28% of its readers over the same period. "

Where the hell do they find 676,165 cretins to buy such a rag? They're lying, surely!

p

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Where the hell do they find 676,165 cretins to buy such a rag? They're lying, surely!

p

Hell of lot more cretins voted for Labour at the last election.

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I didn't realise you were in the 'trolls group' Pat? Why did they put you there is it due to your political stance?

'Political Troll' aha I missed this, I must say a tad harsh but it did make me chuckle :)

Where the hell do they find 676,165 cretins to buy such a rag? They're lying, surely!

p

Edited by FernandoMorientes

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Fernando, here is an explanation...

Wikipedia..

An Internet troll, or simply troll in Internet slang, is someone who posts controversial and usually irrelevant or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, with the intention of baiting other users into an emotional response or to generally disrupt normal on-topic discussion.

They are often ugly, obnoxious creatures bent on mischief and wickedness.

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