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  1. jeffiekins commented on Luann about 10 hours ago

    Uh… academics consider Rock ‘n’ Roll to be a (large) sub-genre of Pop music.

  2. jeffiekins commented on Arlo and Janis 3 days ago

    When did it turn into a good thing to deprive your kid(s) of knowing what work is?

  3. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 8 days ago

    > so many people say truth doesn’t exist or is unknowable?
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    That has a lot to do with it!
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    I think that idea is promoted by monied interests (Right and Left) who believe it makes it easier to manipulate us.
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    Fun fact: most millionaires are Conservative; most billionaires are Liberal.

  4. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 8 days ago

    Uh… most of the time.
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    I’ll take your word about one program, which I haven’t seen in years. What does it prove?
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    > only Right wingnut GOP view a Liberal…media
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    Simple: Liberals view anyone who sees the “mainstream media” as Liberal as a Right Wingnut. Objectively, surveys show that news reporters (excepting Fox) vote more than 95% Democrat.
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    You wanna argue with the numbers? Go right ahead. Or go left ahead.

  5. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 8 days ago

    What part of “most of the time” is a problem for you?
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    Sure, they’re whores enough that getting big ratings trumps ideology, but for run-of-the mill, day-to-day reporting, the ideology shows through clearly.
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    Fox news shows you everything major the President does, even if it’s a good move. The Liberals do the same.

  6. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 8 days ago

    > Still, intentionally slanted reporting is dishonest, no matter who does it.
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    Amen, Brother. That’s why I only watch or listen to broadcast “news” by accident.
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    When I want news, I read the NYT and WSJ. Then I can usually figure out what really happened by splitting the difference.

  7. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 8 days ago

    > Someone tried to have a left network like faux news, it didn’t work out.
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    That’s because there was so much overlap with most network news, there was little reason for anyone to switch.

  8. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 8 days ago

    It’s like the North Pole and the South Pole fighting about who’s closer to the equator.
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    The only purpose is to make the far-polarized rally around their favorite, and to entertain the rest of us.

  9. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 8 days ago

    Only someone far-off on the Liberal/Democrat end would think the U.S. media is not, most of the time, securely Liberal.
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    Only someone far-off on the Conservative/Republican end would think Fox news is not, most of the time, securely Conservative.
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    The fight is really about which is closer to the center. They are both, usually, pretty remote.

  10. jeffiekins commented on Doonesbury 17 days ago

    I often wonder about the people who don’t seem to get “humor” commenting on a comic strip.
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    Hey, that’s funny!