Reporters. .. Okay, inb4 joke over the head, I get it. BUT, honestly, in todays day and age, with information seamlessly flowing through every part of our life, its hard to g
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Submitted: 12/02/2013
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#1 - pokemonstheshiz (12/02/2013) [+] (13 replies)
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User avatar #20 - pokimone (12/03/2013) [-]
Okay, inb4 joke over the head, I get it. BUT, honestly, in todays day and age, with information seamlessly flowing through every part of our life, its hard to get a good story out. Think of it from the reporters perspective, no one reads papers, he has to come up with something that will catch the eye, that will make people stop and think "hm? Whats this?" He has to capture interest with about 5 words. Thats harder than you might think. Now I'm not saying its okay to skew information, I'm just saying that theres two sides to everything, and "Cancer Cured" is a hell of a lot more eye catching than "We're moving faster towards a cure for cancer due to recent rat studies." The man is just doing his job., just like that scientist. We don't even know what was in the article, maybe they filled it with perfectaly valid information from the interview, and used a skewed title to attract readers to get the whole story. I don't like the way the paper represented the facts, but its really the only way to get people to read the article. Better an article with a misleading title filled with real information, that a perfect title to an article no one will ever read. Let the man do his job.
User avatar #17 - rapebear (12/03/2013) [-]
All journalists are like this. They're people looking to take a story/ news and gain personal fame out of something they had no effect on.
#14 - turretbuddy (12/03/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#2 - gorbax (12/02/2013) [-]
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User avatar #15 - pepemex (12/03/2013) [-]
What's cancer cellsina?
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