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  • ross1948 11:39 on February 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Business Insider sorosoid hacks, impartialreporting, , RRA blog-views   

    And Some Say MY Headlines Are Biased?!? 


    I have heard it said, even by fans of my blog, that my headlines can occasionally be a tad OTT.

    They may have a point –

    Vermin! Brits Reminded Of Sinn Fein/IRA Terror Link!

    Ugly O’Donnell- The Warthog Wallows Ever Deeper! 

    Black KNIVES Matter? Hideous Hate-Freak Helm Exposed! 

    But my response has always been that this is a blog, not a newspaper purporting to be an objective presenter of news.

    If I go ‘over the top’ now and then, it’s a media-context  echo of of how, in a military context…

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    ….in wars of resistance to aggression, it was necessary to go ‘over the top’ quite literally!

    We see the enemy, especially the Enemy Within, and we call them out…

    Soggy Strasbourg Slugs Show The World Why Brits Detest Them 

    ….but what about this objective, impartial rant with which the ‘Business Insider’ introduces a ‘report’  – aka a Sorosoid defence diatribe!

    …..

    Alan Dershowitz justified the president’s post-acquittal meddling with a wild conspiracy theory about Obama and George Soros

    Maybe “defends the President’s intervention..?”
    Maybe “serious accusation about Obama and Soros…”
    Nah, no way, that would reek of professional journalism.
    Or is Business Insider just another Enemy Within blog?
     
  • ross1948 15:03 on April 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , RRA blog-views, world   

    Greenland and Chad – Unlikely Abstentionists! 


    So what is it with Greenland’s icy mountains and Chad’s sandy wastes?

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    Since this is the idlest day I’ve had in weeks, it seemed an interesting exercise to see which countries have viewed RRA the most, and which the least.

    Indonesia, America, my most populous targets, were no surprise as front-runners, with Australia, Canada, the Old Country and Western Europe dominating the second tier.

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    The pre-blogging world – a much nicer place!

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    • Every other land in the world has at least a handful – but not those two in my headline!

    I wonder if putting their names at the top of this post will remedy that deficiency?

     
    • Noreen Paterson 21:24 on December 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      So today after what you said above, Chad is still holding out?
      At least Greenland has fallen to your blog charms. I presume.
      Curiosity makes me ask, how many countries do you reach in the average day?

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      • ross1948 21:43 on December 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Yes, Noreen, we got Greenland on board a while ago. Chad remains obdurate.
        Today so far we have had people in about 30 countries read the blog, but other days it can be twice that.
        This week we had a sudden surge in India but it’s mostly a close run thing between Indonesia and America, with Brits in third place.
        Sundays are always slow.
        Have a nice week!

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