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“the collapse of journalism and democracy.”
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10-18-2020 01:54 PM

 




Post: #46
RE: “the collapse of journalism and democracy.”
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-17-2020 01:14 PM)
In other news, larry summers, former prez of harvard, is advocating a return to keynsian economics to help the latest of his group's wedge populations, the oppressed third worlders.

Maybe they got some intellectual property to merch or maybe they would just make good servants. Let's throw some more christian europeans to the lions, eh?

Larry said that he was advocating for this policy even before the weird virus.
What did he know and when did he know it?

I never know if it's my life or the world, but I had another hypnogogic download last night.

It was about "everybody's insane" and "drawing and quartering and hanging" and "nobody comes to visit."

This morning I heard on bloomberg radio--my go-to these days even though michael bloomberg doesn't like trump--that trump just signed an order for a suicide hotline short number, 988, I think.

It's horrible out there because of the weird virus-induced economic destruction of the world's economies.

Whodunnit? Things just don't happen, people do things, and these people have names. Who should be drawn and quartered and hung?

Nobody is allowed to visit during the time of the weird virus.
That's self-explanatory.

Hey, larry summers, aren't you a fellow boomer? You give up your money first (no hiding assets) to help the new wedge population, the third world that might be next for intellectual property theft and domestic servitude.

Not enough christian europeans left to throw to the lions?

People who know how to work the bolshie system don't care because they will be in the nonklatura and get the dachas. For everyone else, it's death and slavery.
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10-18-2020 05:13 PM

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Post: #47
RE: “the collapse of journalism and democracy.”
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You can create competing services but nobody will come. The barriers to entry are too high.

Saying that folks who don't like Google's and Twitter's platforms can form competing services is like saying that tey should dig a hole in the ground that they can shout into.

Nobody will hear.

Let's just dismantle the big bohemoths like Google, Facebook, Twitter and let things start over instead.

First of all anything can go viral on the internet and the more people angry at the big behemoths the easier it would be for a competing platform to succeed.

As far as dismantling the big guys that is not how anti trust works. They would just split them into regional companies, like they did with the phone companies.

And breaking it into multiple regional ones, won't really free up the censorship and in the end would probably cause problems with intercommunication as each regional company maintains and updates different software systems.


Sometimes there are unintended consequences.


How AT&T conquered all forms of communication after the government forced it to break up

Matthew Stuart, Mar 5, 2018

AT&T dominated the telephone market for most of the 20th century. The company was so big, it was forced to break up into eight smaller companies in 1984. Today, almost all of those companies are once again part of AT&T, along with cellular carriers and cable providers. Here's how the company grew so big that the government broke it up — only to see it become even bigger... https://www.businessinsider.com/att-brea...em-2018-02


Not to say I'm in favor of mega-corps and monopolies, btw.
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10-18-2020 10:54 PM

 




Post: #48
RE: “the collapse of journalism and democracy.”
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (10-18-2020 05:13 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-18-2020 03:31 AM)
First of all anything can go viral on the internet and the more people angry at the big behemoths the easier it would be for a competing platform to succeed.

As far as dismantling the big guys that is not how anti trust works. They would just split them into regional companies, like they did with the phone companies.

And breaking it into multiple regional ones, won't really free up the censorship and in the end would probably cause problems with intercommunication as each regional company maintains and updates different software systems.

It would be interesting to see how they violated the spirit of the law and make sure it can't happen any more.
Sometimes there are unintended consequences.


How AT&T conquered all forms of communication after the government forced it to break up

Matthew Stuart, Mar 5, 2018

AT&T dominated the telephone market for most of the 20th century. The company was so big, it was forced to break up into eight smaller companies in 1984. Today, almost all of those companies are once again part of AT&T, along with cellular carriers and cable providers. Here's how the company grew so big that the government broke it up — only to see it become even bigger... https://www.businessinsider.com/att-brea...em-2018-02


Not to say I'm in favor of mega-corps and monopolies, btw.
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10-19-2020 02:34 PM

 




Post: #49
RE: “the collapse of journalism and democracy.”
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-18-2020 10:54 PM)
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (10-18-2020 05:13 PM)
It would be interesting to see how they violated the spirit of the law and make sure it can't happen any more.
Sometimes there are unintended consequences.


How AT&T conquered all forms of communication after the government forced it to break up

Matthew Stuart, Mar 5, 2018

AT&T dominated the telephone market for most of the 20th century. The company was so big, it was forced to break up into eight smaller companies in 1984. Today, almost all of those companies are once again part of AT&T, along with cellular carriers and cable providers. Here's how the company grew so big that the government broke it up — only to see it become even bigger... https://www.businessinsider.com/att-brea...em-2018-02


Not to say I'm in favor of mega-corps and monopolies, btw.

It would be interesting to find out exactly how they manage to evade the spirit of the law and close those loopholes.

This has been going on for a very long time.
Companies want to be bought out--for the benefit of the owners and shareholders.
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10-19-2020 04:01 PM

 




Post: #50
RE: “the collapse of journalism and democracy.”
You only need listen to one minute of each entity in each video to understand how far we have fallen in 60 years.

Gentlemen Statesmen Debating

Kennedy vs. Nixon - 1st 1960 Debate



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QazmVHAO0os

Bush League;
adjective
INFORMAL
not of the highest quality or sophistication; second-rate.

Bush League Statesmen Debate

Joe Biden and Donald Trump's fiery first debate—Here are the highlights



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kK9UU3dTo8

Any questions? Two idiots facing off.
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10-19-2020 08:54 PM

 




Post: #51
RE: “the collapse of journalism and democracy.”
Bump
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