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Posted by Febo (U1184519) on Wednesday, 8th April 2009
I feel the new "off-topic" rule favours the triviality that is the dominant feature of this board.
You cannot divorce TV from the wider world. The way TV reflects and shapes the wider world is important.
TV is used to shape and distort information, as the Jim Cramer affair clearly shows.
This new rule panders to those who want to keep thier heads in the sand.
Posted by mittens (U1435246) on Wednesday, 8th April 2009
Who's Jim Cramer?
Posted by rowan (U199016) on Wednesday, 8th April 2009
Hi derek odonovan - Can I invite you to leave you comments on the thread that you're talking about here please? www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mb...
As there's already a long thread on this topic I hope you don't mind me closing this thread.
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