Twitter and Facebook should have this warning on their homepages.
TVs are full of those people blabbing about every issue.
Uninformed Opinion: You can get stains out of your carpet with red wine.
I’ll stay out of this discussion regarding the government.
Then to assure massive horrific coverage, they broadcast their activities on C-Span.
Forget bears and snakes—beware of FOX!
Complaining about a problem without posing a solution is called whining.
- Theodore Roosevelt
“Uninformed People May Star Spouting Their Opinions”? It’s too late! Check out Twitter and Facebook for a sniff of the cork of what I mean.;-D
At least he asked.
Ha! Wait till you meet us informed people!
Would you rather listen to the governments opinion of you?
I disregard my brother’s opinion of me.
‘We don’t believe you, you are uninformed.’’That’s because the government doesn’t inform us.’
Oh the irony.
No one gets news from anywhere, do they?
By that I mean, don’t we “get” information? From whatever source, as informed citizens of whatever type of government we have in the United States or in many other countries, we have a responsibility to make at least some effort to be informed.
Informed of truth, and facts, and even opinions.
The key, as in so much of life, is knowing how to read, and discriminate, and sift through facts, and biases, and opinions.
A news organization can help. Every one of them have biases, good and bad reporters, editors, writers, etc. To make the quest for learning more truth and facts and information and details about reality, one should seek out news organizations who deliver facts often and accurately. Almost all news groups strive most times to get the facts correct – the degree to which they succeed is constantly in flux, but trends do emerge.
It’s up to the consumer, the citizen, to take in those facts and balance them against their own bias, in addition to the biases of the source, and then reach logical, responsible, conclusions.
It ain’t easy.
As usual, just my opinion. I welcome anyone to point out where I mis-wrote.
Or anyone who wants a bit of discussion.
However… my followup question is:
Seriously, whatever your opinion of the news today, or in the past, or in the future…
If you don’t learn from news sources, where do you learn about reality? Especially the reality of government and politicians?
Where do you learn about medicine, drugs, car-buying, science, history?
Dunning & Kruger are lurking, lurking everywhere, and they stayed in a Holiday Inn Express last night…
The people who work at cable news networks can provide us with a better evaluation of the network’s veracity.
Not a comment expressing an opinion one way or another (I’ll leave that for others LOL). Saw this on TV a few days ago, a “man on the street” interview. Man was asked what he understood Critical Race Theory to be – his answer was something to the effect of, “I really don’t know what it is, but I know I don’t like it.”
Or as Bill Maher says, “I don’t know it for a fact … I just know it’s true.”
The third one is really scary.
Beware of misinformed people and news organizations that spread misinformation …
… and those who “ignore” or suppress “inconvenient” true information.
One of the most egregious (and probably still unknown to many because of suppression and misinformation put out) involved Hunter Biden’s (and Joe’s) Chinese connections and dealings which were revealed on Hunter’s own laptops and verified by Tony Bobulinski.
who in their right mind thinks government is OK?
Opinions are like ‘starts with a’, everyone has one.
For a moment I thought them signboards was about these comment boards.
He said “Build Back… ummm… ummm… ummm… wait a minute, it’ll come to me… ummm… What was the question again and what is this Afghanistan of which you speak? Border crisis? Jill handles all the home decorating. Kamala? That’s one of those cute little animals the guy from down under donated to the zoo? Excuse me. I have to get Hunter do load up some new songs on my MS-13.”
The sign could actually be for informed people spouting their opinions, but because it poses a threat to the government, they put up a sign to discredit them.
Twitter is a physical place?
You can never say what you think anymore.
Let’s try something fun – let’s see which networks and information “sources” score well on sites like these…
And then let’s see which comments about it live up to this…
There’s much to much red tape in this government to get one thing done and passed! It’s ridiculous to have to sit there hour after hour while some of these incompetent politicians spew their hate…. they should be limited to a brief statement…..it’s not enough they cause trouble within their own parties to stall and hold up proceedings on a timely basis…..
Too much bull slinging and not enough action
Yes, uninformed people have been providing us their opinions. They all work for the media propaganda machine trying to destroy America. Here are some recent examples.
False claims all:Jacob Blake was killed by police in Kenosha (false)
Jacob Blake was an innocent, unarmed black man targeted by police (False, he was reaching for a knife and threatening to kidnap kids while evading police and acting aggressively).
Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed black men who were peacefully protesting the “unjust” shooting of Jacob Blake and thus is a white supremacist (False, he was attacked by two white felons, a pedophile and a rapist and defended himself).
Jacob Blake drove across state lines with a gun (False – he had the Gun in Kenosha).
The leftist propaganda machine seeks to divide America and spread lies to cause more people to hate each other. Well, THAT one is totally true.
Of course, each side of any political or social debate thinks the other side is uninformed, so there is that.
It looks like a public park, too.
I refer to them as the Goobermint
I know a few families that should probably post that third sign on Thursday.
Panle for, he spelt gubmint rong.
I first read that as “uniformed”…
Hey, you got it wrong. They never ask if you want to hear them hold forth on sundry topics, they blast it out like fog horns with no fog in sight muffle to the stupidity of their nonsense.
I am not going to say anything
Kevin Mc Carthy gave that speech because it ws 3 in the morning and he figured there wouldn’t be any witnesses to his idiocy.Somebody should release the entire transcript of that speech.
And at least rattlesnakes warn you before they attack.
My wife and I ditched cable TV and kept the cable Internet. We use ROKU and an amplified analog antenna that receives ALL of the local channels EXCEPT for FOX, in addition to Netflix, Prime, Britbox, and Hulu+.
What’s wrong with the last sign? We all have opinions, and we all have the liberty to share them.
If he’s talking about the incompetence of President Biden, that’s not being uninformed.
Bears need not apply.
The comic strip was amusing – but that comments are hilarious (and predicable)
They make my head spin and believe ranting will convince the educated.
this is even more terrifying than the news…
I like sources that have survived a century or more. The NYTimes is imperfect, but I am,too. The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Harper’s, all survivors – because they are committed to the truth. I read Wall St. Journal and National Review to see what the small, semi-sane remnant of the enemy is telling itself.
I love how the dude is just sitting there, waiting to spout…
Science provides proof without certainty, science deniers provides certainty without proof.
Smorbie’s life rule #1: the dumber the conversation, the louder the volume of the speakers.
Don’t forget the warning: Hateful, malicious, and mudslinging comments by Trump Haters.
You know, I have a lot more respect for someone who can say, “I really don’t know enough about that to form an opinion.” These people are extremely rare.
And some can get triggered by comic strips & spout unrelated nonsense. Perhaps someone will design an AI filter for that.
Do you think Ted Cruz will get royalties for the appearance?
The price we pay for freedom of speech.
I bought the newest PB4S treasury earlier today (11/23/21), my 70th birthday. PB4S is #3 on my list of Favorite Comic Strips. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is #1, Krazy Kat is #2!
It’s dangerous out there, Pig. Stay home, in bed, as you previously chose to do….
Government is our friend.
Government loves us.
You can trust your government all the time.
Let government make your decisions for you.
Tell Tucker to shut up.