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(Salon)   BREAKING NEWS: during slow news months, the media is most likely to overhype small stories and turn them into BREAKING NEWS. More on this as it develops   (salon.com) divider line 3
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2012-06-16 01:37:42 PM  
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Fano: If only some gentleman would write a book about this phenomenon, outlining the various sorts of stories they do this way based on several categories and not only sell it for a very reasonable price, but offer a website to talk about such news stories. Perhaps the fine gentleman could also derive a way to make $5 a month from interested parties that would like access to even more such stories.


It would never work. The website would then become a breeding ground of perverts and smart-asses. In fact, just thinking about it gives me the shakes.

/ *shudder* Could you imagine......
2012-06-16 01:08:15 PM  
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If only some gentleman would write a book about this phenomenon, outlining the various sorts of stories they do this way based on several categories and not only sell it for a very reasonable price, but offer a website to talk about such news stories. Perhaps the fine gentleman could also derive a way to make $5 a month from interested parties that would like access to even more such stories.
2012-06-16 12:52:28 PM  
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Bath salts?
 
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