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May 6, 2012 § 2 Comments
An advertisement put out by The Guardian. The “true” story of the Three Little Pigs? Love it.
Allan this is brilliant. It made me stop and think, what happens to my line of thinking when I hear “breaking news” in sound bites from several sources. I heard the other day on NPR a journalist talking about the loss of fact in journalism. This video points out sensationalism trumps fact finding. It leads me to wonder, who is the credible source for facts.
I know. I look at the news and so much of it is gossip and conjecture. Neurologically, our minds are wired to create patterns, even when there’s not enough data to create one. The news helps our brains fulfill our need to graduate from MSU (Make “Stuff” Up). 😉
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