« Last post by brig™ on Today at 12:08:20 PM »
I can think of 2 people.
I know, Right?
I can think of 2 people.
I think pronouncing words wrong, is one of the new "in" things to do.I can think of 2 people.
One particular night talk show personality I listen to when I'm awake, does it all the time. Can't remember who...
Rush loves to point this out every now and then. He'll play comments from major news outlets that use the same exact terminology. I do think that folks on the right do the same thing though.
Every so often, Limbaugh will play the left wing "pop" phrase or report of the day from various MSM talking heads. Talking head after talking head, repeating almost verbatim the same verbology. I remember one time it was with all these morons blathering on about "gravitous," all with identical wording. It was like a bunch of programmed androids sent out to spread the same idiotic message.
That's still more than enough, the chart you posted, to put Donny's Dunces to shame (assuming they were capable of shame, or of knowing just when/where it would be the appropriate thing to feel). So let's do an instant-replay then . . .(thanks).
So you didn't post this I take it. In that case, you had better catch the SOB that's posting in your name because he/she is making you look like a fool.
I would say that people that care about their positions confirm their bias from sites that generally agree with their positions. And some, like WSJ are behind a paywall. Others, like Los Angeles newspapers don't work with my adblocker. I don't go to Huffington Post or Buzzfeed looking for articles. If they are linked on Drudge, I might view them. I ignore most the of the stuff on Breitbart, but there some contributors that I trust. I check out CNN or Fox when I am bored, but probably read more stuff off if BBC than any US media outlets.
Most websites source a lot of their info from the AP, so there is iften a lit of commonality. Of course the selection of which stories to run and editorial opinion will change bases on the outlet.
During the campaign, and even today, it is obvious that many news outlets take the DNC talking points and to some degree parrot them right back. Look for words such as "chaos" when they all appear on the same day in major news outlets. This started back in the day of "vast right wing conspiracy"... "political hacks" was another example.
If you are objective, look for the next archaic phrase used by a major news outlet and then watch and see how many others use that exact terminology starting on the same day.
Oh look everybody the cut and paste guy is back and look how cleverly he revised my words. Has anybody ever heard him put more than a paragraph together of his own? Bless his heart, he must be developmentally challenged and yet he still tries.Take a look at my tightly written readable post
maybe you shouldn't use words that you don't know the meaning of?
also, see that red line under your words? that indicates a typo.
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