If we click bait folk can’t rely on theft, just what the hell are we supposed to do? Get real jobs?
The New York Times is a printed newspaper, which is a thing people used to buy. At the top of every issue is their official slogan: “All the news that’s fit to print.” Emphasis on that last part.
Seeing your byline in print makes everything else worth it.
She sounds like nails on a chalkboard if Nails On A Chalkboard had a vascular system and could talk about Benghazi.
Coffee lost its magic.
Where were all the angry feminists?
“Two years ago we never thought it would all fall apart. Two years ago we wouldn’t have dreamed of the epidemic of hate and loss.”
There’s nothing wrong with the simple life, if that’s honestly what you want. But if it’s not, and you’re not doing all you can to strive for something more, then you’re not really trying.
Why does the media appear more interested in partisan infighting than it does fulfilling its core function, informing the American public? Is it because they themselves aren’t informed?
Time and Gawker are reporting on a fake article that isn’t even real.