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# Are you still reading the other newspaper in town? Did you

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Manager
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Are you still reading the other newspaper in town? Did you [#permalink]

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16 Nov 2004, 17:37
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. Are you still reading the other newspaper in town? Did you know that the Daily Bugle is owned by an out-of-town business syndicate that couldnâ€™t care less about the people of Gotham City? Read the Daily Clarion, the only real voice of the people of Gotham City!
Which of the following most directly refutes the argument raised in the advertisement above?
(A) Over half of the advertising revenues of the Daily Clarion come from firms whose headquarters are located outside of Gotham City.
(B) The Daily Clarion usually devotes more of its pages to out-of-town news than does the Daily Bugle.
(C) Nearly 40 percent of the readers of the Daily Clarion reside outside the limits of Gotham City.
(D) The editor-in-chief and all the other members of the editorial staff of the Daily Bugle have lived and worked in Gotham City for ten years or more.
(E) The Daily Bugle has been published in Gotham City for a longer time than has the Daily Clarion.

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16 Nov 2004, 19:52
Between B & D, I will pick D

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17 Nov 2004, 10:51
Anybody else willingly to give an answer?

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17 Nov 2004, 13:02
I'll go with D too.

A. talks about revenues which are not mentioned in the stem, hence out of scope.

B talks about the content of the newspaper which is out-of-scope as it has not been mentioned in the stem.

C totally irrelevant with the claim.

E the longevity of the newspaper is not being questioned and is irrelevant.
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17 Nov 2004, 14:49
Yep the ans is D

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