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FOX News Trashed ATT Wireless

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Karen, Nov 29, 2003.

  1. Al Klein

    Al Klein Guest

    On Sun, 07 Dec 2003 02:05:27 -0600, Aboutdakota
    <aboutdakota@hot-mail.com> posted in alt.cellular.verizon:

    >Yeah, but many CDMA carriers will not activate or allow an ESN change to
    >a phone that was not purchased from them. So, for instance, if only
    >Verizon offers the Nokia 6969q, but Sprint offers teh 6969b, Verizon can
    >decline to activate the ESN of the 6969b because it offers the 6969q.


    Verizon doesn't. (I activated a Sprint 6035 on Verizon with just one
    request for an ESN change.) From what I hear Altell doesn't. Sprint
    won't activate any phone not sold by them.

    Who am I leaving out?



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  2. Harry Krause

    Harry Krause Guest

    Al Klein wrote:

    > On Thu, 04 Dec 2003 08:54:53 -0500, Harry Krause
    > <piedtypecase@yahoo.com> posted in alt.cellular.verizon:
    >
    >>That is correct. Fox is blatantly right-wing in its news and editorial
    >>coverage. As is, for example, the Moonie newspaper, the Washington Times.

    >
    > The Washington Times is decidedly *NOT* right-wing. It would have to
    > move FAR to the left to be right-wing.



    It's all a matter of degree.

    --
    Email sent to piedtypecase@yahoo.com is never read.
  3. Aboutdakota

    Aboutdakota Guest

    Harry Krause wrote:
    > Al Klein wrote:
    >
    >
    >>On Thu, 04 Dec 2003 08:54:53 -0500, Harry Krause
    >><piedtypecase@yahoo.com> posted in alt.cellular.verizon:
    >>
    >>
    >>>That is correct. Fox is blatantly right-wing in its news and editorial
    >>>coverage. As is, for example, the Moonie newspaper, the Washington Times.

    >>
    >>The Washington Times is decidedly *NOT* right-wing. It would have to
    >>move FAR to the left to be right-wing.

    >
    >
    >
    > It's all a matter of degree.
    >


    Ever wonder why Chicago is known as the windy city? Well, it's because
    it's close to the middle of the continent, and Republicans in power SUCK
    and Democrats in power BLOW.

    ==AD
  4. Aboutdakota wrote:
    >
    > Harry Krause wrote:
    > > Al Klein wrote:
    > >
    > >
    > >>On Thu, 04 Dec 2003 08:54:53 -0500, Harry Krause
    > >><piedtypecase@yahoo.com> posted in alt.cellular.verizon:
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>>That is correct. Fox is blatantly right-wing in its news and editorial
    > >>>coverage. As is, for example, the Moonie newspaper, the Washington Times.
    > >>
    > >>The Washington Times is decidedly *NOT* right-wing. It would have to
    > >>move FAR to the left to be right-wing.

    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > It's all a matter of degree.
    > >

    >
    > Ever wonder why Chicago is known as the windy city? Well, it's because
    > it's close to the middle of the continent, and Republicans in power SUCK
    > and Democrats in power BLOW.


    Yeah, but as we all know, BLOW means SUCK.

    They all SUCK!

    Larry
  5. In article <3FD61F79.6CA3EF40@spamcop.net>,
    Lawrence Glasser <lglasser@spamcop.net> wrote:

    > Yeah, but as we all know, BLOW means SUCK.
    >
    > They all SUCK!
    >
    > Larry


    Take our Government back. Dean in 04 ! !
  6. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <bGlzb.437$z71.372@fe2.columbus.rr.com>,
    nospam@nospam.com says...
    > > Fox News is consistent in it's complete and utter right wing bias,

    > So what! After years of constant leftist propaganda from the other boys,
    > the majority now has a source for news. You may see it as "right wing
    > bias", I see it as RIGHT!
    >
    > > whereas CNN moves where the wind blows. To get somewhat unbiased news

    > Thought I would never see anyone admit this! I guess the wind blows because
    > CNN sucks!
    >
    >
    >

    I know this isn't TV - but what do people think of the
    Reuters site on the Web - any more balanced?
    --
    Louise
  7. In article <MPG.1a57035c66392a489898fc@news.newsguy.com>
    Louise <notreally@seesignature.com> wrote:

    Almost any site is more fair and balanced than FOX. They probably have to
    laugh every time they hear the logo, "fair and balanced." It is
    surprising that they would bash ATT. Being the huge corporation and one
    that sinks millions into the republican coffers, you'd think they would
    be a little nicer to them.
  8. Tarapia Tapioco <comesefosse@ntani.firenze.linux.it> wrote in
    news:f7f8019a7903f6da20ecc9c9a554b565@firenze.linux.it:

    > In article <MPG.1a57035c66392a489898fc@news.newsguy.com>
    > Louise <notreally@seesignature.com> wrote:
    >
    > Almost any site is more fair and balanced than FOX. They probably have
    > to laugh every time they hear the logo, "fair and balanced." It is
    > surprising that they would bash ATT. Being the huge corporation and
    > one that sinks millions into the republican coffers, you'd think they
    > would be a little nicer to them.
    >
    >


    Even the Clinton News Network, or Al-JaTerrorist...

    Does Fox slant to the right - Yes
    Does CNN slant to the left - Yes

    Does this matter in the Nextel forum - No
  9. In article <MPG.1a57035c66392a489898fc@news.newsguy.com>
    Louise <notreally@seesignature.com> wrote:

    This administration, or lack thereof, has polarized this country enough.
    We know which news services are liberal and we know which are bush
    shills. Fine! Now, we really don't have to discuss this on the wireless
    newsgroups do we?
  10. In article <Xns945E7F27CA6A2rgreenpcotmailom@65.32.1.6>
    Richard Green <rgre@VERYhotmail.om> wrote:

    A very weak attempt, if you can even call it an attempt, to cover up the
    true facts, something the repubs have some amount of trouble recognizing,
    and interjecting some claptrap about a past president. It's predictable
    and of course, contemptible behavior that really doesn't fool anyone. The
    payof is that DICK says, "does this matter on the nextel forum" and then
    answers "no" only after spewing something that he just admitted "doesn't
    mean anything." Take your own advice DICK.
  11. Justin

    Justin Guest

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    Tron wrote on [Tue, 02 Dec 2003 23:19:03 GMT]:
    >
    > Oh no, is wittle baby lefty a wittle cranky because he knows there will be
    > another 4 years of the current administration?


    riiiiiight

    > I love it... Fox is unbalanced right wing bla bla... But CNN is totally
    > unbalanced and fair--Right, it didn't get the term Clinton News Network for
    > nothing! (As well as PMSNBC)


    Fox News is consistent in it's complete and utter right wing bias,
    whereas CNN moves where the wind blows. To get somewhat unbiased news
    you have to look elsewhere, as in another country
  12. Wombat

    Wombat Guest

    Louise <notreally@seesignature.com> wrote in
    news:MPG.1a57035c66392a489898fc@news.newsguy.com:

    > I know this isn't TV - but what do people think of the
    > Reuters site on the Web - any more balanced?


    No. While it's specialty is financial news services, it's bias is British
    left-wing.

    --
    Last Wombat in Baghdad
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