I remember always having to make the font bigger to read the recaps. What WAS that about?
Originally posted by CRZActually, my tradition of juvenile names goes all the way back to my earliest reports. (When I was a lot closer to still being juvenile, by the way.) My finest achievement was probably calling Billy & Bart Gunn the SMOKING SCOTSMEN. Of course, there was always YOKOZIMA... curiously refreshing! And who can forget good ol' MARTYR JANNETTY? Whoops! He's still rasslin'! But still, the GREATEST typo I ever made!
Originally posted by Sec19Row53My but that's some tiny font you were using in 1998.
Or was it just a running joke at the time that I don't remember?
I think I was still working out the kinks of the "new" site, which hadn't been public for even a week by that point in time. Creating "one year ago" pages involved very little actual work on my part past the initial cutting and pasting, and I'm sure I was too busy to check my work much of the time (unless I got a bunch of emails very quickly telling me to fix something).
From the BBC Web Site:
A political row over the adventures in Tibet of the intrepid cartoon reporter Tintin has been settled.
The furore was sparked when the book was published in China last year under the title Tintin in Chinese Tibet.