By John CassidyThe Wall Street Journals on Tuesday ran a story about the crickets ad campaign that helped win the World Series. 

But that’s not what the story is about. 

Instead, the story is about how to get the Wall Street Journals cover of the Janes’ The Wall, which is a franchise owned by The Wallstreet Journal.

The Wall Street Journal is a corporate reporter, and the article was written by David Wessel of The Washington Post. 

Wessel writes that The Journal reached out to the Wallstreet Journal to ask for the cover, which the Jenses had taken, and that the Journal was “pleased to have” the cover. 

The WSJ said it rejected the request because the corporation does not have the time or resources to create a new advertising campaign. “The WSJD is not going to run a new advertising campaign for us to have the WallStreetJournals cover of The WallStreetJournal, and it would be unfair for the WSJD to do so,” the Jenses said in a statement to The WallStreetJournal. 

They added that it would be inevitable that we would be asked to recycle the cover or create new advertising material. 

If they did that, the story would not be published. 

So, the WSJD did not ask for a cover.

It just didn’t want the journalistic reporters to make it happen. 

Why?

Because they had already been asked to do it before, and had been happy to do so. 

To put it another way, The Jensens asked the  WallStreetJobs media company to do the job, and then they didn’t get it done. 

It’s not a bad deal, and if TheJobsMedia can get the cover done, it could help the newspaper and its owners get out of the debt-fueled debt-busting business that they’re in. 

When The WallStJobsNews.com posted the excerpt from the WallStreet Journal article, a reader named Kevin Kirk wrote in to tell TheWallStreetWeek that theJensens should be happy to get the new advertising. 

Here’s what Kevin wrote to the WSJ: “You are welcome to get me a WallStJWS Cover in return for doing the job of running the ad campaign, and I would be happy to give the editorial team the green light. 

You can’t tell me the jobs are not worth it, but I would be willing to bet that they are. 

I’m just curious how much it will cost you to do it, and what it would cost you if you did it. 

Please send me a copy of your cover in advance. 

Thanks, Kevin Kirby