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Some "Classy" Boobs Spiced Up the Morning News' Tumblr Page This Morning (NSFW)

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The Dallas Morning News' Tumblr page is "hand-picked from among our most fascinating, interesting news and photography." I'll say. The photo you see here was posted there this morning, twice, along with the original poster's description: "beautiful and classy."

The photo was reblogged from a Tumblr user named "washrangers," whose page seems to feature photos hand-picked from what we're guessing is an impressive stash of boob shots. (His Tumblr page is super NSFW).

This seemed odd. The paper's not typically so nipple-friendly. It still isn't, says our old pal Robert Wilonsky.

"We were hacked," he said. "It's as simple as that. It's gone."

Not quite. There's a NSFW screenshot below.

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