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Subject: Re: "Parks and Recreation" creator regrets hiring Louis C.K.
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2017 13:17:00 -0800
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On 11/10/2017 12:16 PM, Ed Stasiak wrote:
>>   The Horny Goat
>>> And based on the Spacey affair must be kept for decades afterwards.
>> But there is a big difference here. Would journalists allow mostly garbage
>> accusations on the air or not? Do they have ways of confirming them. Proof
>> is always needed. That's the difference.
> But what proof has been presented in the majority of these cases?
> Sure, Weinstein paid off that gal(s) and half-assedly apologized, effectively
> admitting to his actions and Spacy also essentially admitted it but it seems
> to me at least, that most of these accusations the media are reporting have
> nothing to back them up.
> They’re just “reporting” Twitter posts as fact.
Noticed that, did ya?

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