The Newspaper Industry Really Pisses Me Off
Quite frankly, I do not know how much more stuff I can take from the print media industry in the free world. Within the next hour, a major tidal wave may strike Hawaii. I pray all will be OK.
Look at the San Francisco Chronicle: They cannot even check their facts regarding the largest magnitude earthquake in the Western Hemisphere during the last 50 years!
Check out our neighborhood paper, The Country Almanac: They have a multitude of high-quality color photographs and pages and pages of “information” provided by a local real estate developer.
Try to read the Palo Alto Wee kly: There are three letters to the editor; not one from either me or a trusted expert.
The Saturday edition of the San Jose Mercury News includes “news stories” that are sold to them by a regional news bureau group.
The weekend edition of the Wall Street Journal continues to focus on everything bad with the worldwide socioeconomic systems. Little constructive advice for investors, fund managers, or school-aged humans is in this costly publication.
I used to work for City News Agency in Northern Indiana. We ensured that all subscribers recieved their daily orders of the Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal and Chicago Sun-Times. In between delivery points, I was able to read these papers at a time in history when news was better reported.
Nowadays, American youth spend more time on the Internet. What is their belief system and knowledge base going to amount to?
Oh Lord have mercy!
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