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4 thoughts on “AC-T gets a digital redesign

  1. Dionysis

    Looks like the on-line equivalent of some garish carnival. Pretty tacky looking in my opinion. It’s a good thing there is rarely any real news in it anyway.

  2. sharpleycladd

    I’m loving the featured story: “Millionaires Dump Stocks, Prepare for Collapse,” from that epitome of newsiness, Newsmax.com.

  3. boatrocker

    9:51pm, March 25, 2014 AD posting time.

    Hello there, Mountain X. This is Reality posting.

    Dionysis’ comment is true true true.

    Sadly, Mountain X is only a thin hair behind the ACT.

    Mountain X, 2nd place for ‘journalism’ doesn’t mean you can hide behind pop culture.

    Like OMG! Restaurants, microbreweries and all girl folk groups! Yaaaaay!

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