Headless Body in Topless Bar: The Best Headlines from America's Favorite Newspaper

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Harper Collins, Mar 25, 2008 - Humor - 208 pages
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Either you love them or you hate them, but everybody agrees on one thing—there's just nothing like a New York Post headline.

Gathered here for the first time ever are the best of the best from the paper's two-hundred-year history. Whether outrageous or scandalous, laugh-out-loud funny or shocking, these classic headlines never fail to entertain. Headless Body in Topless Bar is the perfect book for any pop culture junkie and a hilarious tribute to the one-of-a-kind New York Post.

  

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Review: Headless Body in Topless Bar: The Best Headlines from America's Favorite Newspaper

User Review  - Arnie - Goodreads

Somewhat amusing collection of front page sensationalist headlines from New York's favorite rag. I read it in one sitting and that's the investment of time that it's worth. Read full review

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User Review  - Bob - Goodreads

Bought it at Barnes and Noble. I was like, "eh, why not"? I scanned some of the pages and put them on my tumblr. Then put it in the closet. I'm sure that one day it will end up at the Goodwill. Read full review

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The staff of the New York Post—for all the paper's illustrious history—is a fairly irreverent bunch. One way or another, the staffers who wrote these headlines have been around since 1801. Or rather, the spirit surrounding them has.

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