Thanks Matt. I am just passionate about the subject, otherwise I wouldn't have been able to put it across as well as I did.<br><br>--<br>I am Dyslexic of Borg. Fusistance is retile. Your a$$ will be laminated.
Uh, I think that's "carp" not crap, but who cares about typos unless they're funny... (actually, I thought that was funny, heh, heh)<br><br>Anyway, I thought it was interesting to hear what news sources people tend to trust or NOT trust. CNN is increasingly considered a biased and sensationalized news source in America. That shouldn't surprise anyone too much, considering what they've become in the past 10 years. Hell, remember what they did with the Gulf War way back when? That was the most melodramatic, one-sided bunch of fooey... I tend to listen to NPR a lot, myself.<br><br>Sadly, the television media constantly implies that India and Pakistan are like young children playing with matches (nukes) and that neither understands the full potential of what a detonation would mean. I feel angry hearing this crap (not carp) because it is obviously such a ridiculously condescending tone used just to get viewers. But in the end it just spreads international ignorance about India and Pakistan and makes the situation worse.<br><br>
Um yeah, 'tis a typo.<br><br>Actually India and Pakisthan are like young children playing with matches. I'm very sure both govt's know the implications. But, when you try to understand the situation, you come to realise that the word nuclear is just a means to an end. It's both these countries' "tool" to attract attention, because they know the international community WILL listen. In other words, blackmail and causing panic.<br><br>--<br>I am Dyslexic of Borg. Fusistance is retile. Your a$$ will be laminated.
Years ago I respected CNN for their reporting, these days it just seems to be so controlled and sanitized (and I guess censored). I guess that could be said for the whole range of media in the US today. I rely on overseas sources for a picture of what is really going on in the world. <br><br>
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