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'Headless' Headline Writer Gets The Axe

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After more than 40 years at the New York Post, Vincent Musetto has been let go. There's a chance you've read some of the headlines he wrote. The most famous, from 1983, has been called one of the greatest headlines of all time: "Headless Body In Topless Bar." It's been printed in on T-shirts, taught in journalism classes and written about in books.
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