If it’s not on te-lie-vision, it didn’t happen

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The Russians are unapologetic about media . They’re the other extreme of fakery dialectic.

It didn’t show on television, thank God,1; Jean Claude-Killy, the French ski great who heads the IOC coordination commission for the Sochi Games, told The Associated Press.


H/t columjaddica in chat.fakeologist.com

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6 thoughts on “If it’s not on te-lie-vision, it didn’t happen

  1. columjaddica

    Here’s another Sochi related hoax that the media created themselves and then pick apart.


    “It’s not a great situation when a network television program is staging a hoax that victimizes the credibility of other news organizations. That’s really dopey,” said Bill Wheatley, a former NBC News executive who teaches journalism at Columbia University.

    No problem with staging a hoax except when it makes another new org look bad. Got it.

    “Moving forward,” the website said, “everything is a Jimmy Kimmel hoax unless specified otherwise.”

    Everything is a hoax unless specified otherwise. Sounds spot-on

  2. tsisageya

    …and I’m suddenly guessing that all of this is nonsense. Country vs. country. Gay vs. straight. Christian vs…what?

    Why is it always about (vow not to CUSS) the male penis, and it’s uncontrollable urges? I laugh and laugh and then vomit.

  3. tsisageya

    Google started it’s pro-gay/anti-Russia propaganda with the international rainbow. Did anyone notice?

    Gay is okay! It’s okay, I tell you! Google is against those who are against being gay, or something. Google has a RAINBOW.

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