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because quite a lot of it sounds "rubbish"
oscarnz oscarnz 18-21, M 11 Answers Mar 16 in Movies & TV

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Never

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Not usually

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no its propaganda

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a biased version of it.

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Sometimes, but the truth is often sensationalised to get more views. And then there are "news" sources like The Daily Mail that are just absolutely bullshit. You just have to have a keen eye. As a tip, if the headline is a question, the answer is always "no".<br />
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If you feel like wasting some time reading something, here:<br />
http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-easy-ways-to-spot-b.s.-news-story-internet/

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yes but not the whole truth. Or maybe No. if it's not the whole truth, then it's not a truth

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