logosphilia (loh.gohs.FEE.lee.uh) n.
1. The love of logic.
2. Obsessive fascination with logic and thought.
—logosphile n. A lover of logic.
...Did they really think no one would notice?Now that folks have their hackles up, expect to see all kinds of stories like these popping up. I suspect this sort of thing is pandemic.
Like I said, it's everywhere. Notice how they're all wearing the blackest black dresses you could possibly wear. Black is the easiest color to manipulate in photoshop. Last year my dad didn't like the shirt I was wearing in our xmas family photo, so he colored it black and made it look like I was wearing a black collar shirt. Couldn't tell the difference. I guess that makes my father a manipulative liar... no better than the MSM.
In some ways, yes. But people aren't relying on your father for information that they're going to make decisions on. If someone was, say, buying you (in the same way people who tune in are "buying" Couric) and he doctored your photo that would be wrong, yes.If you made up a news story it wouldn't be that big of a deal...because who are you? If CBS makes up news stories its huge, because people rely on them. Its a breach of trust.
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