tanishaking:

We have to take certain media outlets into consideration before we can believe everything we hear.

Many media channels differ from each other from television, newspapers, magazines, websites, social networks and so on. Some media conduits are used soley for entertainment and should not be taken seriously; where as other are used to inform the targeted audiences on occurring events. We always have the right to discard what we hear or read and what is considered “news worthy” information.

Originally posted on Living Dead Girl:

This is the response you will receive from me if you ask “Did you hear the news?”

The Daily Post’s prompt today is: Link to an item in the news you’ve been thinking about lately, and write the op-ed you’d like to see published on the topic.

Well as I do not watch, read or notice the news, I haven’t been thinking about any topic in the news. Do not mistake this for not thinking about the events that are happening in these times. Sandy’s havoc on the people and the devastation she’s caused is always on my mind. I live in Florida so we are usually well prepared for hurricanes as the people up there can be more prepared for snow storms (which would scare the pants off of me and I do believe you need pants in a snow storm). Everyone affected by this Sandy is in…

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