Yeah. And I will admit, that there are times – when they are running some endless show-of-speculations about the disappearance of some small child that happened several months ago, or where they are discussing some kind of spectacular breakup of a celebrity couple, what is it that’s really going on that they’re NOT telling us?
I know, it’s all Tinfoil Hattie of me, but sometimes I wonder if there could, for example, be an asteroid headed at the earth, and because there’s nothing anybody can do about it, They’ve declared a news black-out so we wind up hearing about The Eight minus John or Kate or something like that instead.
yes-Chaz, and double yes- FJ.
Especially, when at the end of the US news edition there is an episode of a koala (white tiger, whale, dinosaur) newborn cub just born in some European or Chinese Zoo, with closing remark by a TV anchor:”and this is what’g going on in the World”. Huh? Nothing else, you sure?
I know, it’s all Tinfoil Hattie of me, but sometimes I wonder if there could, for example, be an asteroid headed at the earth, and because there’s nothing anybody can do about it, They’ve declared a news black-out so we wind up hearing about The Eight minus John or Kate or something like that instead. — fillyjonk
….don’t “worry” about it.
[What they are telling you can be important. What they are NOT telling you can be vital. — CBPelto]
Damnit, if ABC News didn’t cover Miley Cyrus spottings at Disney World, or who danced like a dream on Dancing with the Washedup Stars, then I wouldn’t know what to discuss at my virtual watercooler!!!!!!!!
“The News” is just cheap filler material between advertizements. If you want to hide real news, just make sure everyone involved is unattractive, the subject matter is somewhat boring, and no high quality pictures or video exist for the story.
Never watch local news, ever. However it rolled on last night while I was absorbed in something…lead story was about three children in a local suburb who have a virus that will require implantation of feces in their intestines. LEAD STORY.
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