This week's question: The Australian newspaper NT News helpfully printed a special edition with eight blank pages for use as toilet paper, currently in short supply because of coronavirus-inspired hoarding. If a media group were to launch a news publication that was printed entirely on toilet paper, what should it be titled?
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THE WINNER: "The Post-Digest"
Mike Reiss, New York City
SECOND PLACE: "The Stall Street Journal"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana
THIRD PLACE: "The End Times"
Charles Boll, Nutley, New Jersey
"The Sacramento Bee-hind"
Jason Schnuit, Danta Monica, California
"The Bottom Line"
Richard Christensen, Ferndale, Michigan
"The Rear View"
Mark Chartier, Lyme, Connecticut
"New York ComPost"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas
"Behind the Times"
Walter Sage, Warwick, Rhode Island
"Doing Your BusinessWeek"
Karen Richards, Groveport, Ohio
"The Ass-ociated Press"
Joe Schlapik, Van Nuys, California
"The Daily Dispatch"
Peter B. Dannenfelser, Sacramento, California
"The Flushington Post"
Harry Eisenberg, Wayland, Massachusetts
"The Crack Reporter"
Sharyl Miller, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
"The In-Continental Sentinel"
Phyllis Klein, New York City
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pennsylvania
"The Wall Streaked Journal"
Bill Winslow, Alexandria, Virginia
"The Sacramento Bee Movement"
Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania
"The Washing Room Post"
Chris Neuhaus, Kenosha, Wisconsin
"Read It and Wipe"
Craig Nelson, Waukesha, Wisconsin
John Argeropoulos, Marquette, Michigan
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