The next time someone says they are a news junkie, I am sure they are referring to the fact that they have an opinion, watch it, and then post it as a news story. So much of what we see and hear on the news is just plain inaccurate.
The news is supposed to be a source of news. It’s not supposed to be a source of disinformation, disinformation or propaganda. As a result, a good news junkie will probably seek out and report only the accurate stories. This is why you will hear stories about “the truth” or “the real deal” rather than “that’s not true” or “that’s not factual.
The difference between news and entertainment news is that the latter is meant to be entertaining and it is entertainment news when it is. You can’t find good news in entertainment news, but you can find good entertainment news in good news.
Entertainment news is one of the best sources of news and entertainment because, well, who doesn’t like funny pictures and action figures in the movies? And who doesn’t like a good story? Its the entertainment news that makes it fun to watch. And there are plenty of news stories about the real deal that are entertaining and entertainingly well-told.
The entertainment news we get in our daily lives is usually pretty entertaining, but sometimes it just comes across as just plain boring. This was especially true after 9/11, when we got headlines about terrorists who weren’t even involved in the actual attacks. I remember when that happened and I thought, “Well, that’s not really news,” but then I watched the news again, and it was pretty shocking to me.
The funny thing is that we don’t really know the full story, but we assume that all of the terrorists were somehow connected to 9/11. We assume that because they were all from the same country, we can assume that they were all involved in planning the attack. We assume that because they all went to the same school, that they all have the same parents and they all lived on the same street.
It’s a very strange feeling to have to put all this together, but I guess we’re all just assuming that there was a terrorist attack on 911. It seems like one way of looking at it is that we’re all assuming that the terrorists were right. They were right because their plan was the only way to get the President, the President of the United States, to sign the declaration of war, and they were right because we all just assumed it.
You see, for the most part our own assumptions are based on a large number of assumptions. Most of the assumptions you come across are based on the assumption that you all had the same parents. If you live in the US, you probably grew up in a house that has the same address. If you live in Canada, you probably grew up in a house that is only a few blocks away from the same address.
This isn’t meant to be a depressing rant about how the world is so screwed up. It simply is simply an attempt to explain why we do these kinds of things.
The key phrase here is “based on assumptions.” If you are doing some form of research, you are making assumptions about how these things work. They are assumptions because you are not actually doing research.