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(WTOV9 Steubenville-Wheeling)   A political science professor tells students not to use openly fictitious parody of real-life news sites like The Onion or Fox News as sources for their work   (wtov9.com) divider line 261
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2013-02-15 11:29:29 PM  
Students will whine about anything.
 
2013-02-15 11:43:31 PM  

STRYPERSWINE: According to a recent Pew study, MSNBC is the most biased network. It's time to abandon the FOX cliche.


Being biased telling actual lies to your viewership and having to defend yourself in court because of it.
 
2013-02-15 11:45:22 PM  

MrBallou: Footnotes:

1) Ibid: Ibid  Ibid: Ibid: Ibid Ibid: Ibid  Ibid: Ibid: Ibid:


2) mega dittos; mega dittos; mega dittos
 
2013-02-15 11:52:06 PM  
halfof33:
Me:[defending Fox from evil academic type]
Me:[obfuscating the fact Fox went to court to protect their right to lie]
Me: fox news sucks
me: Gee, I don't care, I guess Fox is OK.


You pretend to change sides an awful lot.  Let me guess: you voted for Romney, but which version of him did you think you were going to wind up with?
 
2013-02-16 12:16:34 AM  
I don't understand how, or why, you do it, Weaver.
 
2013-02-16 12:21:00 AM  

Scorpio Rex: So I'll allow it.


Whew! That was close!
 
2013-02-16 12:21:47 AM  

Scorpio Rex: You pretend to change sides an awful lot. Let me guess: you voted for Romney, but which version of him did you think you were going to wind up with?




Oh I get it it! You didn't read the links I posted. Neat. The whole destroying the lies that the partisan mutts made. I hear that after I blew up their lies, parts of them were falling in Russia.

Cool post bro
 
2013-02-16 12:24:20 AM  

BadJazz: I don't understand how, or why, you do it, Weaver.




I agree, why lie?

Thanks for posting.
 
2013-02-16 12:37:02 AM  

halfof33: BadJazz: I don't understand how, or why, you do it, Weaver.

I agree, why lie?

Thanks for posting.


You're an honest liar.  I almost respect that.

Anyway, if you'll indulge me in one respect:  I would really like to know both of your opinions of Dr. Strangelove.  I'm guessing common ground there.  Full disclosure:  I fracking love it.
 
2013-02-16 12:42:17 AM  

BadJazz: You're an honest liar. I almost respect that.




Did you like when he made up that story about Fox lying? The one I liked the best was the lie about Fox going to Canada. That was farking pants on head stupid. Agree?

You talking about the movie? I liked it too!
 
2013-02-16 01:47:20 AM  
The legitimate news show, Shepard Smith's, even biased as it is, is not popular and does not receive attention from anyone. Smith could call Romney the Anti-Christ and 98% of Fox News viewers wouldn't know of it unless it was on another Fox show.

Fox News is not a news organization. The vast majority of their programming is listed as "entertainment" and not "news". To even acknowledge it in a discussion between intelligent and non-evil adults is insulting and damaging to the human race.
 
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