Monday, November 23, 2015


"We have to find diverse revenue streams. We have to find alternative revenue streams.”

A classic example of "begging the question."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the market solves it, they will just need to develop reality shows like Bravo, A&E, Headline News, TLC, History Channel etc... A certain demographic would be pleased with that result.

6:49 AM, November 23, 2015  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

News in general has an old demographic. Caring about the news on TV or radio is old-fashioned.

9:08 AM, November 23, 2015  
Blogger ColumbusGuy said...

Somewhere there was a headline that kids (however they defined it) could not distinguish between google ads and news stories. So, the system works, splendidly. It's important that people know nothing and vote frequently as told.

I'm a bit disappointed no one picked up my begging the question challenge. I know LAGuy gets it, I think it's one of his peeves (though maybe he's given up in the face of the onslaught). Too bad the Washington Post and NPR alike can't distinguish raising the question from begging it.

1:57 PM, November 23, 2015  
Blogger LAGuy said...

I wrote about this ten years ago, and I'm proud to say I'm still a holdout.

3:51 PM, November 23, 2015  

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