Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Main Stream Media Shelacking

A native New Orleanian at the University of Tennessee is researching the impact, sourcing and availability (or lack thereof) of information before, during and after the storm on Hurricane Katrina survivors.

This short survey is completely anonymous and will help further our understanding of how the Main Stream Media are a bunch of goofballs. I mean if they can't even tell us correctly about which neighborhood they are in in New Orleans, how can they possibly properly convey the news from warzones or foreign governments?

If you want to take a moment to fill this out, follow this link.



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