Gazette dealing with cute child contests

For over a day and a half the Gazette home page is showing a banner for a company (I've heard it's owned by the Gazette's editor-in-chief's wife, which makes things very weird) and its cute kids contest winners.

And because all URLs for the Gazette's pages are long and ugly instead of something useful like /news/, your best bet to getting actual content may be in your browser history.

Digihell and Cap G should be demanding a refund on their whopping inline ads :-) Lord I'm tired of finding things to complain about this newspaper...

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