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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User Review  - andyray - LibraryThing

In my humble opinion, this collection of front page headlines and stories of what used to be a substantial New York newspaper show the degradation of American sensibilities since VietnAm. Nikita Khrushev would have had a carnival with these "decadent" pages. 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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