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I'm Not Laughing


Man! That had better be an April Fools’ Day joke [“Sold His Soul,” Cover, April 1]!

On the other hand, if you really sold City Weekly, there’s nothing like going out at the top of your game. If true, it’s depressing and emo-painful. But, I’ll give the new owners a chance.

If an April Fools’ Day joke, Dude—jokes aren’t supposed to hurt.

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