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Bill Boyle Posted - 05 Jan 2018 : 09:07:28 AM
Journalism is terribly slanted shooting for outlandish and misleading headlines. Substantive and accurate information within the articles is typically exaggeration and more often than not outlandish.

Articles appearing in Yahoo.com fall into this category. It's all becoming crap.
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loosetappet Posted - 21 Jan 2018 : 1:46:48 PM
Originally posted by phil400

Please, looseptappet we are fed the same crap here. Trudeau and his buddies are screwing us everyday.

I stand corrected. At least there's Tim Hortons.
phil400 Posted - 16 Jan 2018 : 07:04:18 AM
Please, looseptappet we are fed the same crap here. Trudeau and his buddies are screwing us everyday.
loosetappet Posted - 11 Jan 2018 : 6:14:31 PM
I believe the correct word is "propaganda". I enjoy listening to my local Canadian stations whenever possible and they NEVER mention politics unless an election is near. Tim Hortons and Beer Stores. What a wonderful country.
rkellerjr Posted - 10 Jan 2018 : 08:57:37 AM
I have a few "news" websites I frequent to get daily news, I rarely watch TV news anymore, even Fox News has gotten boring, repetitive, blah, blah every evening.
Cobrabill Posted - 09 Jan 2018 : 9:03:29 PM
It's called "Yahdouche" for a reason.
NOTROD Posted - 07 Jan 2018 : 12:16:37 PM
I rarely just "surf" the internet anymore for this very reason. Yahoo is especially bad. I treat the internet the same way I have always treated department stores and shopping malls. I know what I want before I even go in. If I can't find it I leave. If a person spends too much time in either place just browsing around, they'll be persuaded to buy or buy into something they normally wouldn't have.

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