The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

Journalism in Practice

Not just a name, a way of life. A really bad one at that!

Just when I thought hard-hitting journalism was dead, Reuters comes to the rescue!

A woman walks past graffiti on a wall that reads "Fidel," which refers to former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, in Havana September 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA)

If it weren't for Reuters, who knows what your average newsreader would think that giant "FIDEL" is referring to.

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#1 Anonymous 07-Sep-2010, this blog is satire. Right?

#2 Anonymous 07-Sep-2010

As in you're mocking right wingers Steven Colbert style?

#3 captainfish 07-Sep-2010

Fidel?  Fidel?  hmmm Fidel?  Name, sounds, familiar....  hmmmm mmmm Fidel????

I just..... can't.....  place it.

Sorry.  Drawing a blank here.




OH. THAT Fidel.

#4 Brian C. Ledbetter 08-Sep-2010


I'd like to think that we prefer sarcasm around here. And we really are a bunch of those scaaaaaawy right-winger types. Boogedy boo!


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