Here's an amusing parody about how different media outlets come up with new headlines for the myriad Occupy Wall Street articles that must be churned out on a daily basis. Our favorite is probably the NY Post newsroom's process, which involves a lot of gibberish, rhyming and alliteration. Oh, and the Huffington Post, where an editor asks what the New York Times went with, and decides, "Yeah, just go with that but with a bigger font."

We're figuring this is probably a good time to offer some insight into Gothamist's headline creating process, which involves objectively assessing the key aspects of the article and describing them succinctly, with zero sensationalism. [Via Jest]