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Crikey says: SMH picked the wrong font to sum up NSW train wreck

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The media world is aflutter today because The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia’s oldest newspaper, decided to put comic sans on its front page.

SMH editor-in-chief Darren Goodsir took to Twitter to defend the decision, describing it as a “underrated font”. He revealed more about his unusual tastes in an email to BuzzFeed written entirely in Comic Sans (you can go to

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