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NY Times Criticized for "Woo" Coverage

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Question: Wasn't the Times going under well before now just as so many in print newspapers are these days? Times have changed, interests have changed. And the paranormal has become much more mainstream. The writer sounds a bit pompous....reminds me of the MASH character Charles Emerson Winchester the Third.
 
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Question: Wasn't the Times going under well before now just as so many in print newspapers are these days? Times have changed, interests have changed. And the paranormal has become much more mainstream. The writer sounds a bit pompous....reminds me of the MASH character Charles Emerson Winchester the Third.
Yes to all of the above. He neglected to point out it was the Times who broke the ATTIP/Tic Tac story, one I'm confident he'd consider "woo" as well. While the story was much ado about very little, it was the story of the year in 2017 and still reverberates across MSM as the DoD continues to step on its (bleep).
 
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