Sunday, June 24, 2007

How not to publish a newspaper, part 4

When you layout a map of a town, make sure to omit the streets so people have no idea where the local businesses are.

See also:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8
Part 9
Part 10

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is a riot.

I think this guy that runs this paper is community board material, don't you?

Taxpayer said...

This is the "newspaper" that prints all Gallagher's press releases (misspellings and all).

What do they omit from that "reporting"?

mazeartist said...

The newspaper should be called the "Maspeth Advertiser."

Anonymous said...

A local rag run by a past-it hag !

Michael said...

The publisher of the Queens Ledger, Walter Sanchez, doesn't know the first thing about communications, publishing or ethics.

Anonymous said...

Um, I think all of these business are on Maspeth Avenue. In fact they are all lined up in the actual order they are on the street. It took me about 5 seconds to figure that out. How long did you look at it before you posted this entry?

Maria said...

I look at the Queens Ledger on newsstands and wonder, why would anyone pay 35¢ to read that piece of crap.

Queens Crapper said...

They're on Grand Avenue, not Maspeth avenue. This is why the street names need to be written in...

Julie said...

An outsider picking up the paper shouldn't have to guess where the businesses are. The paper should be clear. This is just bad.

Anonymous said...

I think the last poster listed as anonymous was Walter Sanchez himself. Certainly exhibits his level of intelligence.

Paul Z. said...

If it looks like a sleaze, smells like a sleaze and acts like a sleaze...it must be Walter Sanchez.