Preferred tilt

Maybe it’s just me, but I find this particular question risible:

Most objective and bias-free media outlets? (Does one exist? XD)?

Hi, my ip address was banned by CNN for speaking the truth. I am now looking for a bias-free news outlet. Any recommendations?

Now what are the chances his definition of “bias-free” is “agrees with me”? I mean, you have to be pretty damned bilious to get yourself banned by the likes of CNN. (And “speaking the truth” in a comment section of a news site, I suspect, equals “posting endless strands of copypasta.”)

And come to think of it, if there existed a site that agreed with him in every particular, what on earth would be the point in contributing to it? Is the echo chamber not loud enough or something?



  1. fillyjonk »

    18 April 2012 · 7:11 am

    Somehow, I get the feeling that tinfoil hats play a big role in that questioner’s fashion choices.

  2. Jeff Brokaw »

    18 April 2012 · 7:36 am

    Spot on Chaz. People and their clueless opinions on the media just crack me up.

    They’re all biased, get used to it, do your own research and read blogs that analyze the media. There. Fixed it for ya.

  3. Charles Pergiel »

    18 April 2012 · 6:53 pm

    Know your meme claims copypasta is derived from “copy and paste”. I believe it is derived from copy & pasta, as in copy a rat’s nest of text into your message. All hail his noodly-ness.

  4. CGHill »

    18 April 2012 · 6:58 pm

    Then again, if you botch a batch of pasta, you’re likely to end up with a mess of paste anyway, which not even pesto can help.

  5. Fritinancy »

    30 April 2012 · 10:36 am

    Word of the Week: Copypasta…

    Two have been featured previously here at Fritinancy: Droste effect and photobomb. (Hat tip to Dustbury, who introduced me to the copypasta concept.)…

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