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Thanks re Talk:CurationEdit

   At first i overlooked the fact of the precision with which you reverted: you separately remedied the two kinds of damage that a single edit session had created, showing the "keen eye and ... cool hand [that it takes to make] a three-rail billiard shot".
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Thanks: Info on Obama conspiracy theoriesEdit

Obama conspiracy theories talk page, 3 July 2017

You: “Few candidates prior to Obama were ever pushed to prove their citizenship…It turns out that for 2012, the Secretaries of State of at least two states did ask for and receive proof of Obama's citizenship.” - User talk:NapoliRoma

Indeed, as few as zero I recall. Thanks for this item. Birther was the nuttiest media flap I’d seen in 53 years—and Fox, esp. Sean Hannity, just spent wads of air time on it. I made my talk page comment not to re-open Birther, but because rules governing candidate bona fides, not known for clarity, must somehow have allowed the thing to start. Of course, no one’s gonna run for president not a natural-born citizen and pass January, much less November. Yet I thought a section describing those rules worthwhile—I won’t try to write it, as it’s too complex for me.

So please help; why do you think Birther could get on TV? I’m pretty old; TV would not have carried more than 20 minutes on it back in 1972. What’s with media in the Internet dominance era?

If you lack time, where would I find info on how 4chan chitchat can fuel the growth of major media flaps? To me this seems impossible. 4chan is a joke. Jessegalebaker (talk) 17:39, 26 August 2017 (UTC)

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Re: Your thought on Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theoriesEdit

Hi. You posted on my talk page months ago (almost a year). Sorry to take so long to get back.

I looked at the issue/discussion. It's pointless. To me, the people insisting the theories be labeled as false are no better than the people promoting them. But then, I worked for news organizations when we weren't allowed to make statements such as "President Trump falsely claimed . . . " without a source.

Both sides in this issue are beligerent and wrong, in my opinion. When news organizations and others state there is "no evidence" of something or other what they mean is they don't have any evidence. Obviously they could not have talked to every human on the planet, investigated and read every relevant document, etc. Yet they are happy to say there is "no evidence" of something. This has become a popular way of inserting an opinion disguised as fact. People don't fall for it - yet publishers and Web sites keep doing it.

Bias on one side is no better than bias on the other side. Stating that these theories are false makes Wikipedia appear biased.

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” - George Orwell

I wish you luck.


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