The Toronto Star‘s RSS feed, pictured above, displays only excerpts of the articles it links to—one sentence, maybe two, no author, and a headline. But every so often, it’s remarkably easy to tell who wrote which article. Can you guess, for instance, which of the stories from this morning’s paper was written by Rosie DiManno? Would it help if we told you that the full-length article (in which, big hint, the word death is italicized), there is an entire paragraph handed over to this sentence: “He cut a wide swath with his penis”?
Thanks to reader Naomi Macleod for the tip.