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Weekend Journal 03-05-2016 Newspaper / Magazine

Weekend Journal 03-05-2016

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    "Paul Rydens ego rides again"
    If you could sum up Weekend Journal 03-05-2016 in three words, what would they be?

    really good articles


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Weekend Journal 03-05-2016?

    Downton Abbey


    Would you be willing to try another one of The Wall Street Journal’s performances?

    Not if Paul Ryden is reading it


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    Why does Paul Ryden think that he is so important that we have to hear his name every single article. What an ego. The good readers of all the great books you have do NOT give their names EVERY chapter. This person, whomever he is, thinks that he is so good that we need to know that HE is reading our news. Never heard of him before and don't want to hear of him ever again. If this continues I will stop listening to the WSJ.

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