On Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 5:57:19 AM UTC-8, da pickle wrote: > On 3/6/2018 9:24 PM, Anonymous wrote: > > risky biz<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >> On Monday, March 5, 2018 at 6:01:56 AM UTC-8, da pickle wrote: > >>> On 3/5/2018 5:56 AM, risky biz wrote: > >>>> On Sunday, March 4, 2018 at 9:01:01 AM UTC-8, da pickle wrote: > >>> > >>>>> You still did not explain to Jerry the difference between FNC and Fox > >>>>> Sports ... he remains confused. > >>>> > >>>> I think I'm beginning to get your meaning. A news organization > >>>> reporting Trump saying on a recording that he can just grab women he > >>>> doesn't know by the pussy in public places and get away with it because > >>>> he's very wealthy is an 'opinion'. Is that a good example of your > >>>> meaning? Or maybe a news organization reporting that Trump spends close > >>>> to one out of three days at golf resorts rather than doing his job > >>>> (like, you know, finding out WTF he's supposed to be doing) is an > >>>> 'opinion'. Is either one of those correct? > >>> > >>> Short answer ... no, neither is correct. > >> > >> You're not just ignoring but trying to discredit a well-known and > >> documented fact- Fox News is primarily misrepresentation and outright > >> lies (a surprisingly large percentage of outright lies). Describing that > >> as 'spin' is ridiculous. > >> > >> What percentage of regular Fox News viewers do you think believe that > >> Barack Obama is a Muslim? Studies have established conclusively and > >> irrefutably that regular Fox News viewers have a weak grasp of what's > >> really going on in the world. They are poorly informed about almost > >> everything. They also seem to want to keep it that way. > >>> Jerry is still confused about fox news and fox sports ... help him out. > > > > https://www.theguardian.com/world/2008/feb/25/barackobama.hillarycli... > > Funny how it comes back again. Funny how you whimpered, ignored, and ran from my last reply to you: > You don't even remember the questions you ask ... no wonder you cannot > explain to Jerry about the difference between fox news and fox sports. Once again you fail to acknowledge my correcting you. Once again you flail and stumble.