According to www.usinfo.com there is over one hundred and fifteen million news papers produced in the United States alone. That number is multiplied by infinity as you circle the globe. Four newspapers that I have chosen to read are; "The Barnet and Potters Bar Times '', "The New York Observer '', "The Shetland Times'', and "The Manchester Star".
The two newspapers that I have chosen to write about are "The Barnet and Potters
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towards middle aged, suburb dwelling adults and flowed like poetry. On the opposite side of the spectrum, "The New York Observer'', seemed to be aimed at twenty something hip-city dwellers. The only similarity between these two newspapers is that they are printed on news print. In the end I would only consider "The New York Observer'' to subscribe to because it didn't feel like homework to read and appealed to most of my personal likes.