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Re: <nettime> Governing Hollywood Style
Kurt Ralske on Mon, 1 Dec 2003 11:37:22 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> Governing Hollywood Style

>> The absurdity of this particular photo-op becomes even more obvious
>> when you consider that Bush's Iraqi Thanksgiving dinner was served
>> at 6 AM (a fact not mentioned in the mainstream coverage of the event):
> eh, would be nice to have a source here. as far as i can remember, the
> mainstream media are reporting that the plane touched town at bagdad
> intl. after sunset:

The source I quoted was in my original post, but was snipped in the replies:


After checking other sources, I agree with you -- this article on
counterpunch.org is incorrect. My statement was based on this article, so
is also incorrect.

This raises an interesting question: how does one decide what the
threshold of credibility is for a non-mainstream source of information? --
By the quality of the writing? By the popularity of the source? By the
degree of intersection with one's own politics? By the quality of the web


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