25 January 2010

Another CTV Moonbat Moment

Here's some more of that carefully scripted nonsense that passes for news these days... when they're not screaming about Stephen Harper barbequing babies...

"the beloved mittens held so dear by so many..."
The big deal here is that, apparently, someone is counterfeiting Olympic geegaws.

Damn, Sandie... do I have to let go of my media-manufactured prorogue outrage... and shift it over to these "beloved mittens"?

And what's the deal with personally thanking the reporter for bringing us each story.

Is this something we're actually supposed to be grateful for? Isn't reporting on these earth-shaking events what these people get paid to do?

I don't get it.

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RELATED: Red mittens, my hairy ass...

Where is CTV on the ongoing aboriginal suicide?
Inuit infants die at well over three times the rate of other Canadian babies, according to a massive new study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
Of course... the leftosphere is all too eager to blame this on racist Canadian society. Apparently, it's all about "inflicted" poverty.

Funny though... there's no money to feed the kids, but enough money for some things...
"Inuit mothers and pregnant women have high smoking and drinking rates."
Oh crap... I guess we're not really allowed to say that, are we?


13 comments:

Sammy said...

cbc is even worse Neo.That blonde bimbo Mesley told Paul Hunter tonite that his report was 'great reporting once again Paul!' I notice more and more lately,these so-called reporters are themselves becoming the story.
BTW,did you see the photo-op with Iggy at church in Mtl?

Mutton Chops said...

Newspapers on on the verge of death and TV isn't far behind. Just stay vigilant because our words will soon carry more weight then theirs. And the time line will be accelerated by their partisan agenda.

L said...

Who needs mittens? Viva El Nino! I live in Vancouver and have not even put on mittens this year and wore my winter coat twice. Even Whistler Village is above zero. Neither those "beloved" Chinese-made or fake mittens will not be very visible during the Olympics anyway. CBC TV really should be relieved of it's news function and only funded for arts and some radio functions.

Anonymous said...

Newspapers on on the verge of death and TV isn't far behind. Just stay vigilant because our words will soon carry more weight then theirs. And the time line will be accelerated by their partisan agenda.

Ummmhmmmmm....And when the glorious day comes when bloggers rule the new world, where will they actually get their news from? Perhaps Mutton Chops plans on opening foreign bureaus across the planet and will cover events in his neato news chopper.

You guys are so last decade.

Btw Neo, one generally provides a link to the news source they're attempting to mock. Nice journalism. Maybe you can be Mutton Chops top news guy. Afterall, who's more trustworthy than an unknown malcontent who posts under a pseudonym. You guys are too funny.

Alberta Girl said...

Perhaps Anony journalist...it is because bloggers dig deep into the stories where you guys just gloss over the "real" story, leave out important context and basically don't tell your readers the truth.

THAT is what blogger do - give the other side of the story - backed up with historical facts...something you guys seem to not be able to do.

Anonymous said...

I think the problem with mainstream journalists is they have ceased to be journalists and most are so partisan that they lie either directly, through omission or by inflection to push their partisan agendas.
In a couple of previous jobs I was the Corporate spokesperson, and thus had to take press relations courses (from ex-jounalists BTW). In both, the fundamental principles I was taught were that if I did or said anything which was even open to interpretation, it would be interpreted in the worst possible light; that if I phrased anything in a way that could be mis-quoted, partially quoted, or paraphrased so as to be more damaging or sensational it would be; and finally that if the story wasn't "juicy" enough, that the interviewer would probably just make stuff up.
Early in my career, a friend's girlfriend was trying to get started as a reporter at the financial post. As a favour, I gave her an interview on a project I was managing (with permission from my boss). The report in the paper bared no resemblance to the interview or the project. I got raked over the coals, but when I challenged her about it she said it wasn't exciting enough and her editor told her to write something more news-worthy.

Neo Conservative said...

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"another anonymous troll whines... an unknown malcontent who posts under a pseudonym."

you mean like you just did?

you crack me up, nonny-puss. see, there's a big difference between anonymous & pseudonymous.

i have been here, every day for over 3 years. i've provided you with an email address and these comments.

you and your little squirrels know exactly where to find me... and you do... DAILY.

where exactly do i find your cowardly, dishonest little know-nothing ass in the millions of other vexatious trolls?

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Neo Conservative said...

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"alberta girl says... gloss over the 'real' story, leave out important context and basically don't tell your readers the truth"

exactly.

the most significant contribution of the blogosphere, when it works as it should... is to hold journalists, politicians etc. feet to the fire.

apparently nonny just wants his pablum... no discussion or argument attached.

there's a compliant little socialist, huh?

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Anonymous said...

Neo doesn't dig deep. He merely links to someone else's work and then provides low level snarkcasm. Hardly award winning is it?

Pseudonyms seem problematic in terms of credibility. It's one thing to write under a pseudonym as a poet but quite another when you take shots at individuals who are out in the open. Whether you provide an email or not doesn't really matter. The email is as anonymous as the blog. You post under a nick name, you have no credibility because you're not real.

Neo Conservative said...

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"another anonymous troll shrieks yet again... Neo doesn't dig deep."

hmmm... apparently it's deep enough for the lunatic leftosphere to hang on my every word... and constantly troll the comments.

funny how that works, eh nonny?

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maryT said...

If I want some red mittens I will buy some wool and knit them myself.

Martin said...

apparently it's deep enough for the lunatic leftosphere to hang on my every word... and constantly troll the comments.

I suppose it makes you feel vindicated to believe that a large group of unidentifiable and largely imagined foes wait on your every word. You know very well, due to your sitemeter obsession, that you're really only dealing with one or two people.
Furthermore, you also know that the very thing you live for is opposition from the so-called trolls.

Let's be frank. You're a lonely man coping with depression in the backwoods of the GTA (Belleville ain't the far north my son). What you really need is a proper kicking and a real name. No one respects a frightened man who is too afraid to put his real name behind his beliefs. So sad that Kathy Shaidle has bigger balls than you.

Neo Conservative said...

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"martin squawks... too afraid to put his real name behind his beliefs"

you mean like you, marty?

as i said above... you know exactly where to find me... and you do... DAILY.

where exactly do i find your cowardly, dishonest little know-nothing ass in the millions of other vexatious, ANONYMOUS trolls?

oh yeah... that'd be nowhere.

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