15 thoughts on “I can’t in good conscience share …”

  1. I wish the gate keepers would realize they no longer control the flow of information. Their opinions don’t matter very much anymore. This goes especially for the current teleprompter reader of Meet the Press.

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    @chucktodd: “Politics ain’t beanbag, but it isn’t supposed to be this either. We all need to play a role in not rewarding this kind of politics”

    And yet NBC ran with baseless “golden shower” stories about the president. Glad they are not rewarding sleazy politics.

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  3. Mate De:

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    Robert A. McReynolds:
    What F. Chuck Todd?

    Did you miss this?

    Apparently, F Chuck Todd and the rest of the media are our mommies. Who need to protect us from the influences of the big, bad orange man. Pathetic.

    They have moved from merely irritating to downright angering. They seem to have absolutely NO sense of the nation, only the edges.

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  4. Vance:

    10 Cents:
    @chucktodd: “Politics ain’t beanbag, but it isn’t supposed to be this either. We all need to play a role in not rewarding this kind of politics”

    And yet NBC ran with baseless “golden shower” stories about the president. Glad they are not rewarding sleazy politics.

    Yellow journalism at its best!

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  5. Vance:

    10 Cents:
    @chucktodd: “Politics ain’t beanbag, but it isn’t supposed to be this either. We all need to play a role in not rewarding this kind of politics”

    And yet NBC ran with baseless “golden shower” stories about the president. Glad they are not rewarding sleazy politics.

    See, Vance here is a great example of people just not buying their BS anymore. Who cares what NBC says? In a decade nobody is going to be watching anyway.

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  6. Robert A. McReynolds:
    In a decade nobody is going to be watching anyway.

    I hope nobody.

    But the legacy mass media companies are likely to hang around.

    Zombie networks will be haunting us for a long time.

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  7. MJBubba:

    Robert A. McReynolds:
    In a decade nobody is going to be watching anyway.

    I hope nobody.

    But the legacy mass media companies are likely to hang around.

    Zombie networks will be haunting us for a long time.

    Only because they live off of their sports viewing. I am convinced CBS would have died long ago if not for the NFL and the SEC.

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  8. Robert A. McReynolds:

    MJBubba:

    Robert A. McReynolds:
    In a decade nobody is going to be watching anyway.

    I hope nobody.

    But the legacy mass media companies are likely to hang around.

    Zombie networks will be haunting us for a long time.

    Only because they live off of their sports viewing. I am convinced CBS would have died long ago if not for the NFL and the SEC.

    Between the recent behavior of the NFL and now the NBA, maybe even the sports won’t help them much anymore

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  9. Mate De:

    Robert A. McReynolds:

    MJBubba:

    Robert A. McReynolds:
    In a decade nobody is going to be watching anyway.

    I hope nobody.

    But the legacy mass media companies are likely to hang around.

    Zombie networks will be haunting us for a long time.

    Only because they live off of their sports viewing. I am convinced CBS would have died long ago if not for the NFL and the SEC.

    Between the recent behavior of the NFL and now the NBA, maybe even the sports won’t help them much anymore

    Nah, people are always going to want to watch football. Even with the numbers down, the NFL is still the most watch item on television during the fall and early winter.

    https://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/weekly-ratings/broadcast-top-25-network-rankings-sept-30-oct-6-2019/

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  10. Yeah, but college football is a great substitute. I know many die-hard NFL types who stopped when all the taking-a-knee stuff came about. I also know the NFL lost some 25-30% viewership and so a lot of money in that process.

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