Tops In Lex Mistakenly Prints Issue With Minority On The Cover

Tops In Lex Mistakenly Prints Issue With Minority On The Cover

Harold Leederabout 5 years

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TopsInLex Editor’s Note: The following was previously published on The New Circle Circular, Lexington’s #1 source of Fake News You Can’t Count On. Collectors of extremely rare magazines, get ready; perhaps the rarest magazine of them all is set to be given away for free along with those buy/sell/trade auto magazines at a grocery store near you beginning this summer. That's right, Lexington's "priceless" magazine, Tops In Lex, announced this week that due to a printing error their next issue will feature a minority on the cover, a rare occurrence for the publication. The release will break the magazine's current streak of 22 straight issues with an extremely white person on the cover. "I'm really looking forward to picking this one up," said Pierre Blase, a rare free magazine collector from Lexington who spends most of his days navigating his local Kroger taking free samples and telling the cashier "don't ring that up, it's free." "It's a special moment for any rare free magazine collector when you can get your hands on an issue that's as difficult to find as this one will be," said Pierre as he asked a deli clerk when they would have more free samples of Dad's Favorites Asiago Tomato available. "Don't get me wrong, I love Tops In Lex. I'm probably their best 'customer'. But it'll be refreshing to see a cover without someone like former Vice Mayor Jim Gray or future former Women's Basketball Coach Matthew Mitchell on it." There's still no word on exactly how the printing error occurred. Our source told us things like this just tend to happen sometimes. "There's only so many times you can search 'white dental assistant' on Shutterstock," they said. To keep up with The New Circle Circular, like the Facebook page or follow Harold Leeder’s Twitter Account.

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