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Here's Project Censored's annual list of the 25 most undeservedly ignored news stories,
April 3, 2000 1:42 PM   Subscribe

Here's Project Censored's annual list of the 25 most undeservedly ignored news stories, although several of them (including the top 3) fall in the category of "stating the obvious" for me. Of almost equal interest is their list of Top 10 stories that maybe should have been ignored and/or censored (my wording NOT theirs). Got any you can add to that list? Right now, I'd start with 'Halle Berry's auto accident'...
posted by wendell (4 comments total)

 
Also, an opportunity for EngineBeak to get revenge for my snarky little comments about his comments...
posted by wendell at 1:44 PM on April 3, 2000


Here's a same and different thingy which I'm too lazy to describe which runs 69,200 words. And, Wendell, since you introduced me here to Mr Sjoberg I wouldn't care if you called me a "bonobo-anus licker". I'm gonna get drunk tonight and read the rest of his stuff that I haven't read yet. And, god willing, I will pee my pants.
posted by EngineBeak at 1:59 PM on April 3, 2000


What about the damneareverything.com IPO?
posted by harmful at 2:11 PM on April 3, 2000


Number 10. The U.S. and NATO Deliberately Started the War with Yugoslavia, is bullshit. The proposed treaty contained "provisions no sovereign country in the world could possibly accept". Says who? Were the provisions worse than having a substantial part of your country reduced to rubble and still losing Kosovo? And KLA stands for "Kosovo Libertarian Army" now, huh? I hope the rest of the "Censored" news stories are more factual than this one.



posted by norm29 at 7:10 AM on April 4, 2000


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