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From time to time the news cycle offers up an event of such import and complexity that it can only be comprehended through the medium of musical theater. This week resident composer Ben Greenman examines the demise of a beloved media institution. Welcome, Weekly World people Let's get started without delay I guess that you are wondering Why I called you here today.
If you never heard of the infamous Bat Boy, you probably were not around in the late 80s and early 90s. This was a time before the internet was the worldwide phenomenon it is now. There were no smartphones, no Netflix, and not s of cable news outlets.
For those unfortunate enough not to have heard of it, The Weekly World News was the venerable print institution that reliably graced supermarket tabloid shelves starting inand which remained in print until In a world where dubiously honest tabloids about celebrities were and still are big business, The Weekly World News offered a healthy and cynical antidote. Or perhaps just a logical extreme of the tabloid ethos.
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