The 2020 Election Has Laid Bare Some Festering Problems At The Wall Street Journal

By now, it’s an old story in American journalism — one that nobody, except for maybe The New York Times
NYT
, has figured out an ending for yet. You know the story: Venerable newspaper strives to confront the digital imperatives of the modern era, without cutting the nagging umbilical cord to the past. The one that pays the bills, thanks to a dwindling base of subscribers who keep getting older and keep forking over more of their income to pay for an annual subscription to an anachronistic print edition. This is a story that’s, sadly, all-too-familiar at too many newspapers in small towns and even mid-sized cities around the US.

But even the country’s most storied media properties aren’t

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Blake Lively Really Doesn’t Want Photos of Her Bare Feet on the Internet

Photo credit: Twitter
Photo credit: Twitter

From Prevention

If there’s anything that Hollywood’s resident Quirky Couple™ Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds love to do, it’s inspire the ire of the Internet’s most jaded inhabitants (see: the author of this story). From their infamous plantation wedding discourse to the constant chaffing of each other on social media, Lively and Reynolds are sure to always lurk in the collective periphery of those who remain—for better or for worse—very online.

The latest fodder to 2020’s churning nightmare wheel came on a brisk, fall Thursday afternoon. The Gossip Girl actress posted a photo of herself and her husband posing with what appears to be voting ballots, signaling that, yes, the couple are indeed good citizens doing their civic duty, et cetera, et cetera.

“It was Ryan’s first time,” she joked in the caption. “He was understandably scared. It all happened so fast. Like, REALLY fast. He wept.

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Blake Lively Really Doesn’t Want Photos of Her Bare Feet on the Internet

Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

From Marie Claire

If there’s anything that Hollywood’s resident Quirky Couple™ Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds love to do, it’s inspire the ire of the Internet’s most jaded inhabitants (see: the author of this story). From their infamous plantation wedding discourse to the constant chaffing of each other on social media, Lively and Reynolds are sure to always lurk in the collective periphery of those who remain—for better or for worse—very online.

The latest fodder to 2020’s churning nightmare wheel came on a brisk, fall Thursday afternoon. The Gossip Girl actress posted a photo of herself and her husband posing with what appears to be voting ballots, signaling that, yes, the couple are indeed good citizens doing their civic duty, et cetera, et cetera.

“It was Ryan’s first time,” she joked in the caption. “He was understandably scared. It all happened so fast. Like, REALLY fast. He

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