vernonFL: I hope this doesn't upset the 250 people who still read Rolling Stone.
poot_rootbeer: They're all going to shiat briax in a few years when they realize nerdlingers like Pinch Sulzberger, Steve Newhouse, and now Gus Wenner are the only ones keeping their empires on life support.
vernonFL: FlashHarry: vernonFL: I hope this doesn't upset the 250 people who still read Rolling Stone.i do think matt taibbi does great work.Agreed.
KhamanV: Probably they pulled it because it was pretty thoroughly debunked by the LA Times and the story is now the property of freeperville, Rense, and Infowars.
Triumph: In 2007, Rolling Stone published an article called "The Last Confessions of E. Howard Hunt." Hunt essentially confessed to being involved in the JFK assassination. The article was scrubbed from their website completely within a couple months, making the print copy very collectible. I'd love to know the full journalism backstory behind that one.
FlashHarry: vernonFL: I hope this doesn't upset the 250 people who still read Rolling Stone.i do think matt taibbi does great work.
FlashHarry: BarkingUnicorn: Best comment: "I would rather read the secret codes hidden in my own feces than Rolling Stone."we have hidden codes in our feces? whoa!
Nabb1: Wow. Let's see, I let my subscription lapse in 1996 or 1997 when they put Britney Spears on the cover in her school girl outfit, which would have put him in kindergarten at the time.
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