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Do you read a newspaper?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I read about two newspapers a week and about five magazines a week. It pays to keep a wide view and a large choice of ideas that arise from different people.

    Whether some call it "trash" or not, where can you get the world and local news from? deciphering it and the way you use it are a different meaning.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    yes, it's very informative. It tells me about all the bad things

    happening in the world. I always know when people die or

    get hurt and suffer. The suffering stories are the best. It does

    help me though. When I drive, I try to keep a lookout for

    animals or people crossing the center line, because the

    paper tells me of all the wrecks. I teach my children to

    respect the power of flowing water due to all the drownings

    that I read about. The newspaper awakens my mind to all

    kinds of risks that we face and the ever growing possibility

    of societal breakdown. It makes me wonder as to how I can

    protect myself and family.

    But I also wish the papers would tell about more

    prosperous things. People who've become masters of their

    trade. Young people who are overcoming problems. Just

    more examples of people who have been successful in their

    endeavors and how they did it. Instead of warning me of all

    the danger so I can react to it. Why can't the newspaper

    teach me just as much about success and how successful

    people have achieved it.

  • 1 decade ago

    yes I read about 6 a day on here, besides watching 3 news channels. Unfortunately they all get the news from the same agencies, so there is little difference. On the otherhand reading editorials offers anothers persons opinion

    I really hate ignorant people when they say I am not political and have no interest

  • 1 decade ago

    When available, I read USA Today....as a rule I use the Internet news sources of CNN and Fox News. That way I can read both sides of the issue and decide where to meet in the middle.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    of cos its the main source of info frm all over the world.... it may nt b v reliable u know i live in SG n is a v 'closed' country. we r expose to info tat only we can know.

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    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    No ma'am. I stopped reading that liberal trash years ago. God Bless you.

  • 1 decade ago

    Whenever I can.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    sometimes

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