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(Philly.com)   60 Minutes: A travesty of a mockery of a puff piece of a one-sided sham   (philly.com) divider line 7
    More: Followup, Security Administration, exclamation points, Walter Cronkite  
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2013-12-17 09:28:32 AM
3 votes:
Repeat but the story needs to be repeated.  We won't get a press that isn't a government propaganda machine unless we demand more from them and callout the worst offenders.
2013-12-17 12:49:53 PM
2 votes:

edmo: I'm so sorry the interview wasn't about the thing you wanted it to be Mr. Author.


Oh come on. It was basically "So, NSA, do you spy on ordinary Americans." "No, of course not." "Well, good enough for me."
2013-12-17 11:14:02 AM
2 votes:

gopher321: What a sad fall from the show's heyday in the '70s/early '80s. Money talks I guess.


It was pure sh*t and hysteria journalism in the 80's too. They once ran a hit piece on Dungeons & Dragons that may as well have been produced by the 700 Club. Total "Satanic Panic" fearmongering.

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2013-12-17 09:29:00 AM
2 votes:
What a sad fall from the show's heyday in the '70s/early '80s. Money talks I guess.
2013-12-17 04:13:14 PM
1 votes:

justtray: Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: edmo: I'm so sorry the interview wasn't about the thing you wanted it to be Mr. Author.

Oh come on. It was basically "So, NSA, do you spy on ordinary Americans." "No, of course not." "Well, good enough for me."

His point stands.

You desperately want some validation that your fantasy beliefs that Americans are being spied on by their shadow government are true. You didn't get it. Therefore, shoot the messenger.

Very standard cognitive dissonance.

I know it's hard to believe, in the face of exactly zero evidence to the contrary, that the government isn't tracking your every move and communication, but please, just try to be sane for a day or so. You might appreciate life more.


It's funny that for every time the NSA has pretended they have lines they don't cross, it turns out they've been crossing it for years.
2013-12-17 03:44:05 PM
1 votes:

justtray: Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: edmo: I'm so sorry the interview wasn't about the thing you wanted it to be Mr. Author.

Oh come on. It was basically "So, NSA, do you spy on ordinary Americans." "No, of course not." "Well, good enough for me."

His point stands.

You desperately want some validation that your fantasy beliefs that Americans are being spied on by their shadow government are true. You didn't get it. Therefore, shoot the messenger.

Very standard cognitive dissonance.

I know it's hard to believe, in the face of exactly zero evidence to the contrary, that the government isn't tracking your every move and communication, but please, just try to be sane for a day or so. You might appreciate life more.


The single public court that has ruled on this disagrees with you.
2013-12-17 09:28:36 AM
1 votes:
Cronkite is probably actually smiling somewhere.
 
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