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Every Picture Tells A Story, Don'nit?

Jeremiah Cornelius (137) writes | about 9 months ago

User Journal 7

Just not the true story...

This is also how they show you "Syria" and an "Arab Spring".

It was how "Neda" was created... in the "Green Revolution".

Just not the true story...

This is also how they show you "Syria" and an "Arab Spring".

It was how "Neda" was created... in the "Green Revolution".

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Duncan (1)

mcgrew (92797) | about 9 months ago | (#46277719)

Every picture sells a sorry donut.

Re:Duncan (1)

rk (6314) | about 9 months ago | (#46278869)

I'm glad I'm not the only one who can only hear that when that song comes on the radio.

Re:Duncan (1)

Zontar The Mindless (9002) | about 9 months ago | (#46282827)

The picture I'm getting says, "UNTRUSTED CONNECTION".

Re:Duncan (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 months ago | (#46286573)

You have a four-digit ID and can't figure out what that means?

All it means is that the site self-signed a certificate. Most sites do not have ANY certificates. As long as you don't transact business with this site, you'll be fine.

(feels like I'm talking to my Mom here)

I've learned long ago (1)

rk (6314) | about 9 months ago | (#46278163)

That seeing is not believing. The press is extraordinarily lazy even in the fluff piece things. The local paper ran a story about 10 years ago of the resurgence of the technology business sector in Phoenix, and they used a picture of my then boss and a coworker working together on a computer. The picture was originally from a story 4 years prior to that about what we really were: a NASA funded research lab, and it was my boss and coworker doing the final calibrations on our instrument before going to thermal vac testing. But it looked "hi-tech" with the double monitor set-up (not quite as common then as today) and the graphs and code.

isn't it because the news is a simulation? (1)

kesuki (321456) | about 9 months ago | (#46279149)

i have seen plenty of cg newspapers in games (sim city, axis and allies) and the press just reuse stock photos to get the story for their newspaper even if it is just a lie.

What a crock of shit. (1)

Captain Splendid (673276) | about 9 months ago | (#46280517)

They're all brown people, so it's basically the same thing. Untwist your panties.
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