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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Ignorance-based informed opinion: an oxymoron, or the NEXT BIG THING?

This reminds me of the time I was arguing with my dad and telling him about how the MSM routinely spins reporting on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to reflect badly on Israel.

"As if there's any need to spin it to make Israel look bad," he said.

The thing is, his view on Israel was based on information from the very publications I was referring to.

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