Today, in I read it on the Internet, so it must be true

This is something, alright.

Screenshot_2020-12-18 Ole Miss 247 publisher admits intentionally writing a fake story

Were I an Ole Miss fan who paid for that trash, think I’d be asking for my subscription fee back after reading that.

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19 responses to “Today, in I read it on the Internet, so it must be true

  1. Godawg

    Lack of integrity and respect for your customers and constituents has led to the loss of the public trust. I hate to sound like an old fogey, but I miss the good ole days of Walter Cronkite’s “That’s the way it is…” and Jack Webb’s, “Just the facts ma’am…”

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  2. gastr1

    Richly ironic that you’d invoke a television show that worked hand-in-hand with LA police to very much only show some highly selected facts. You do realize you’re citing a fictionalized “docu-drama” accounting there, yes?

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  3. Scotty King

    Amen to that, Godawg!

    and Merry Christmas!

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  4. 79dawg

    So do they lose their journolism license?

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  5. Godawg

    LOL. I KNEW as soon as I hit “Post Comment” I’d drawn a target on my back. Just missing June Cleaver days. 🙂

    BTW: I read Kevin Steele is going to be Auburn’s HC, with Bobo as OC and Muschamp as DC. They wouldn’t lie about that….would they?

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    • Derek

      Anytime I hear/read about someone reaching back for some romanticized past, one that never really existed except on tvs and movie screens, and/or longing for some sense of control over the madness that surrounds us, I think of this scene:

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