Here are a few examples of why it pays to read the paper.
In fainess to the Advocate, the first item was a sales insert not something printed in the paper. At first glance it appears to be your average flyer for one of the local sporting goods stores. Upon closer inspection, it occurs to you that you might not see this ad in other places in the world.
In last weeks paper there was a TWO PAGE feature story about a local businesss person who has decided to leave Alice Springs.
Yep - two pages and 8 pictures of the local madam in the Tuesday paper. The Friday paper contained a number of letters to the editors complaining about the story being featured. I'm willing to bet that they weren't getting much lately for the op/ed section.
The advocate doesn't hire a specialist to write headlines...
Now here's a notice you won't see just anywhere. In case you're wondering what happens in a "Feral Animal Control Program", that's when the state government sends sharper shooters in airplanes out to shoot camels.
There's nothing incorrect in this ad, it just reads a bit pecular for the American mind. Thank goodness there's a picture of a ham sandwich. Other wise you might think this was one of Minnie's ads.