Rue Git-le-Coeur

In an age that is considered by some to be the death of printed material, the idea of cut-ups becomes a little interesting. If I want to cut up an article in the New York Times, I would have to print it first, and seeing as I currently have the flu and my printer is across the room, I am going to have to come up with a new, technology friendly way to do a cut up.

Answer: Copy and paste to Word, add columns and read straight across instead of down.

Without further adieu:

“White House Tribunals can resume, Says Guantánamo”

President, at least for the time being, Obama reversed his administrations plan to hold order, halting new civilian trials for Khalid, military charges against Mohammed, the chief detainee at Guantánamo, planner of the Sept 11th, Bay, Cuba, on Monday, attacks and other accused, permitting an assumption of terrorists.”

Now, I am curious to see how much more interesting this gets if I add more columns and thus mix it up a little more.

“Guantánamo, chief planner of President Obama, someday and to the Sept. 11th, reversed his two charging some attacks and other order Terrorists accused halting new in civilian terrorists.”

It makes a little less sense, but “Guantánamo, chief planner of President Obama” is pretty funny.

Four columns!

“Admitting George W, the chief failure Bush, planner of president sept 11th Obama his pledge and has attacks and reversed his to close the continued other prison under Mr. accused old order camp.”

And there you have it folks, the New York Times has confirmed that 9/11 was an inside job.

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2 Responses to Rue Git-le-Coeur

  1. eireene says:

    A very cool post-beat use of technology to try out and update the old technique.

  2. This post is really interesting! You made your own “cut ups” with political themes but also added a sense of humor. Awesome job 🙂

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