Looks like someone on the Times-Picayune editorial board got cold feet about taking New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin to task over That Photo.
Here's a scan from my copy of this morning's editorial page:
And here's the same page from what appears to be a later edition of the paper:
Down the memory hole!
But if you're going to de-razz your opinions, don't forget to do it in the Internet edition, too -- at the moment, it's still live at the paper's website. Should they decide to memory-hole that one as well, here's the original text:
New Orleans Mayor RAY NAGIN violated the cardinal rule of gun safety -- never point a gun at anyone -- while showing off $1 million in equipment for the New Orleans Police Department. While posing for photographers, the mayor jokingly pointed an M-4 rifle at Police Superintendent Warren Riley. His action wasn't funny, and it sent the wrong message about how to safely handle weapons.
(Edited to add: Looks like the paper's "Caption This Photo!" contest has been taken down, too.)