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Posted 11/29/16
Where do you get your news from?
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25 / F / Canada
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Posted 11/29/16
Mostly online newspapers, but I'll read the Vancouver Sun if I am eating out for breakfast. I will leave the news on, sometimes, while I am doing other things but to say I 'get news' from any TV news show would be like saying I could learn to cook from watching Cutthroat Kitchen.
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Posted 11/29/16
A variety of sources, but online, local TV, and NPR seem to be reasonable.
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Posted 11/29/16 , edited 11/29/16
Social Media and other online new sources but soon to be TV; I have discovered the wonders of affordable financing [•ᴗ•]


Totally getting a new TV, I haven't had a TV in 11 or 12 years.
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26 / M / England
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Posted 11/29/16
I don't really bother with the news i guess you could say that's ignorant but it's always the same stuff, although anything I do see is online on like the front page of msn or through social media but I check that out elsewhere just to be sure
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33 / F / Somewhere...
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Posted 11/29/16
I do a lot of research online, but certainly can't exclude magazines, local and national papers, and radio (NPR).
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16 / M / America.
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Posted 11/29/16
My global history teacher, my spanish teacher, memes on Facebook, and youtube channels like Sargon or Philip DeFranco.
Posted 11/29/16
Crunchyroll
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69 / M / Columbia, MO
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Posted 11/29/16
Backs of milk cartons, the lesser crumpled newspapers covering recovering alcoholics passed out on park benches, sides of city buses, graffito on railroad yard fences & railroad rolling stock, random girlie mags discarded years ago (always for the informative articles, not the oxidized barely identifiable graphic pictures), freshly rolled newspapers recently thrown in the neighborhood (what I don't read and ridicule I can burn when it gets seasonal norm cold), billboards, drugstore magazine covers located next to the salacious material(s) meant for discerning adults too poor or too young to afford the allure of voluptuous pole dance queens located in the building next door......

Damn aging: so many sources, too little time. Boo hoo.

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21 / Australia
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Posted 11/29/16
Reddit, elevated kek.
Posted 11/30/16
I get my news from all over the place. Most anything from MSM is taken with a micron sized grain of salt, because they are proven to lie about things that the owners want to keep the public in the dark about. I check out news from other nations, russia, syria, iran included. economics blogs or places like zerohedge, blogs from people like sibel edmonds who used to be on the inside of the crap show.

"mainstream" "investigative journalism" is utterly and completely dead, its only those that are getting labeled by the MSM as some sort of problem who are actually trying to dig beneath stories instead of taking the foxes' report on the status of the hen house as truth.
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Posted 11/30/16 , edited 11/30/16
An online newspaper known as the Daily Mail.
Posted 12/1/16
Mainly the TV as I always make sure to watch the news programmes every day
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22 / M / Australia
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Posted 12/1/16
Neither, I get my news from a News app.
Posted 12/5/16
TV and my NPR app.
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