Friday, February 17, 2006

Onion Radio News

I listen to at least one ORN clip a day and have found it usually follows a formula: it's based upon an amusing headline (I think they use the sidebar headlines from the print paper) that is briefly fleshed out, then there's a clip from one of the story participants (or a reaction from an on-site observer), concluded by a ridiculous bit of context. Here are three recent stories that rise above the usual standard: Convenience Of E-Mail Takes Up 30 Percent Of Area Man's Work Day, Hidden Valley Ranch Bombed By Balsamic Extremists and Pressure Of Sustaining Most Of The World Taking Its Toll On Rice.


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