My argument is that the story is in the comments themselves.
Sometimes I skip straight from a headline to the comments section to avoid slogging through the propaganda news piece and getting right to the straight skinny.
I believe there are primarily just two kinds of comments - reasoned analysis by people who are informed on an issue and able and willing to dissect an article and break down the truth and what really matters, and 'troll droppings' which can usually be identified after just two or three words, and skipped.
Not that I would dare argue against the fluous, dare I say superfluous, view of the eminent New York Times...
Don't feed the pandas. Ever.
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