The Best Film Ever Wins at Cannes

Want to see a truly gratuitous piece of biased reporting? Check out the difference between the AP and Reuters version of this story:

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Reuters

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Not that bad
At this point, what can we expect from the American corporate press/media?  It includes the ever-present "some" and "many" without naming or numbering them.  But on the whole, it gets the facts right.

The question in my mind is whether the (gut estimate) 50 million or so Americans who want to see this movie right effing now will get to see it before, say, Labor Day.

by James Earl 2004-05-22 03:24PM | 0 recs
Nice headlines
I didn't even need to get past the headlines. Jeez!
by DavidNYC 2004-05-22 03:53PM | 0 recs
Big difference
This just adds another wild card to the deck of realistic events/trends that could help steer the outcome out of Bush's hands (black boxes excepted):

Plamegate
Energy Policy (Kenny Boy & Duck boy)
9/11 commission stonewalling (House of Saud flights post 9/11)
Medicare vote bribery (Nick Smith)
Howard Stern's new political voice
Prisoner torture / Chalabi's knowledge (w/ Teflon Tenet)

Many more.  Should be fun to watch the damage control.  

The procession continues tonight on 60 Minutes with Anthony Zinni.

by UncleHornHead 2004-05-23 06:38AM | 0 recs
Nice work
I know a couple of places I can use this info. I really appreciate it.
by Incertus 2004-05-23 11:36AM | 0 recs

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