The Huffington Post Means Business – Goes with Largest Font-Size Every Made

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With the 2008 election only 48 days away, The Huffington Post announced they would begin using the largest font-size ever on their front page headlines.

1,000 pt.

Tired of their 60 pt font, editors at the HuffPost said they would get their stories across better if they used a larger font.

“Tomorrow we’re going with, 1,000 pt font-sizes announcing that John McCain is the devil. We tried it in 48 pt font and we convinced only 14,357 people. We need to convince more.”

Turn it up to 11.

Turn it up to 11.

Insiders say the new font-size will require two monitors to read.

“It’s stupid, but it’s definitely innovative,” said one expert via his Go Phone.

Arianna TheHuffingtonpost, the owner of the site, who coincidentally shares the same name as the website, said something at a press conference but nobody could understand a word.

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One thought on “The Huffington Post Means Business – Goes with Largest Font-Size Every Made

  1. Michael says:

    The last bit (clause?)* is my favorite.

    *Something no one ever says but I think we should popularize. “Yo, Dawg, that clause was DOPE!”

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