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What’s strange about these articles: The facts or the heads?

Strange days have found us
Strange days have tracked us down
— The Doors, 1967
Strangeness has found my community, where a headline today is the fourth in a five-month series of strange people, cars and calls making news.
Or is it just the headlines that are a bit strange?

Jan. 24January 24, 2013

Nov. 16November 16, 2012

Oct. 31October 31, 2012

Aug. 24August 24, 2012

The peeve: When strangers try to break in, call, trespass or nap in a car not their own, it can be a crime . . . though that doesn’t make them or the vehicle strange.

 A copy editing nitpick, perhaps . . . and a language misdemeanor worth citing.  


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  4. But Alan, you know that no one remembers your name (and faces come out of the rain – and into your basement) when you’re strange.

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