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who really watches the news?

kyfe

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seriously, I take it with a grain of salt, it's good to know whats going on but I don't always agree with the point of view or direction it's dictating... personally the hour has 22 minutes is more informative then any other newscast i've seen lately...


Does this bother anyone that the news is basically the 1 hour commercial for the government or industrial agenda?

Kyfe
 

poker face

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I do!

I watch the news at 6 and 11 and when I get a chance I watch The National, or 60 minutes.

When I had cable I pretty much left it on the news channels!
 

LeoGirl

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Not really, it's just always on in my house, so much info on one channel :eek:

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mingster

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The news makes me feel depressed, angry, confused, helpless and sad.

But I read it anyways. Everyday.
I'd rather feel these emotions than be ignorant.

Ming.
 
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Guest

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Actually I like the news; I like to know when the big Hollywood movies starts buy $1,000,000 t-shirts, give $1,000 to a charitable cause, and that they wipe their asses.

Without things like that my life would be shallow and empty.
 
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kyfe

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Originally posted by Loki God of Mischief
Actually I like the news; I like to know when the big Hollywood movies starts buy $1,000,000 t-shirts, give $1,000 to a charitable cause, and that they wipe their asses.

Without things like that my life would be shallow and empty.
LOL:D
 

Ditto Much

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I watch BBC world daily, generally I'll catch the CBC newsworld feed for about an hour. I generally read The Star daily and I'll pick up the Globe probably 3/4 times a week in addition.

I'm one of those people who'd interested in that kind of stuff though, during a Canadian Election I will generally read two or three papers daily. If something happens like what just happened in Italy I'll try to pick up a newsfeed online or an english newspaper from as close as possible to the source.

I've been following African news alot lately I will generally keep fairly up to date with the european news, my taste for the asian rim is just developing. The only area of the world I don't generally pay to much attention to (ie always read last) is the middle east.



funny ask me who's in the playoffs and I haven't a clue, ask me whats going on in Eritrea and I can give you a small essay.
 
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