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There's some of the greatest newspaper columns ever written and no matter when they were sent to print the words still seem to influences today.
Unfortunately many of these columns have been lost over the years.
Until now they're all in a brand new book titled deadline artists America's greatest newspaper columns during -- right now is the co editor of that book.
In the editor in chief of the daily Jesse Angelo.
Daily by the way is owned by News Corp.
the same company that owns the oxygen to -- -- this morning that's what happened it.
This is great book and if you love to read Doug Collins he's visual look to read about what that people were writing over the last couple of hundred years here in United States America.
Hardware these to track down because Google didn't exist.
Back when people were in putting this into their newspapers.
They were incredibly difficult to track down and that's one of the reasons we did the book we were stunned to discover that all these classic American.
Jams these pieces of writing that people remember and love you couldn't find them you couldn't find them on line.
You couldn't -- went to the library and just hours of research now one of the most famous of course poor Richard's almanac written written by Ben Franklin couple hundred years ago but some of the stuff some of the advice from this -- still holds up to it for instance.
He wrote -- where of the young doctor and the old barber.
Absolutely I mean I I don't know about you but.
Sandra Oh and Patrick Dempsey may look great on Grey's Anatomy but if they came incidence of the operating room and I thought to have surgery done as a well it's your father here asked colonel barber I gotta maybe I had -- -- -- -- Stuff but so what Ben Franklin wrote about hundreds years -- still applicable today.
One of my favorites is fish and visitors staying in three days and that is true true true.
It's amazing that He wrote that in the 1740s when people -- houseguest that would stay for months and months.
And here He was saying -- three days tops and I think a lot of it would agree He that lies down with dog show -- rise up with fleas.
As -- see more and more people going down to Wall Street to join the occupy Wall Street crowd I sort of keep thinking about this when that this isn't the one that everybody's mother told you about right.
You know be be where the company that you keep.
Or would this apply to occupy Wall Street half -- talk much but say little.
I wouldn't go that far -- I think but I -- that back to me applies to lot of reality television today and look at the card actions of or the real housewives of new York and I wonder why their fifteen minutes keeps going there.
How hard was it two -- in the beginning you tell a story about how.
You guys -- it put your heads together and you wanted to find one particular column.
Which was what.
It was a column by a man named Westbrook -- that two gentlemen Jack Newfield and Jimmy Breslin told us was the greatest -- ever read.
It's called the death of Frankie Jerome about the death of a boxer in the Bronx.
And it took us months of looking alive -- just to find this one column.
That was one of the inspirations for doing this book while and I -- it and it is terrific and it's still holds up.
What's gonna bring new book is called deadline artist Jesse Angelo from the daily thank you very much -- -- much job -- --
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