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The world's gone bats!

Edited by GreenReaper
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Things have been getting pretty "batty" in recent weeks.  A bat decides to crash a meeting regarding road signs in Epping, New Hampshire, startling the members within. Seemingly not content with this, a second bat decides to become a stowaway on a Delta Airlines flight, causing quite a stir, and requiring the plane to turn around so the small flying mammal could be released safely. Perhaps he was trying out to be a stunt-double for Fox McCloud?


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You must not take news very seriously here.

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If you don't like it then show that with a vote.

"If all mankind minus one, were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind."
~John Stuart Mill~

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I will, as well as with a comment, to ensure my dissatisfaction is most thoroughly conveyed.

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News coverage is not some binary choice between taking everything everything serious or taking nothing serious. Being able to have fun with some light, filler news doesn't have much bearing on the ability to handle other news seriously as appropriate.

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I don't even think the news takes the news very seriously. I mean, the Daily Show's symbology for this is a "Skunk with its head in a peanut butter jar".

And yes, its irony that I made a serious comparison with a comedy show.

Though I personally do think this should have been a couple of shouts rather then an article. Not because of its content, but because it is not very fleshed out with details. It sounds more like an Internet comment then an article.

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Yet you took the time to post, so you obviously like it. :P

~ The Legendary RingtailedFox

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If one takes the time to sit through a movie, then complains that the movie sucked afterwards, does that mean the viewer liked the movie?

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Man, the Nostalgia Critic has a weird chose in movies then... lol.

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a freelance editor & writer and Fox-raccoon hybrid from Windsor, Ontario, Canada, interested in bicycle riding, reading and video games