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    In the news business, the relative importance of stories was traditionally illustrated with the "dog bites man" example.
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    Last Friday night while idly grazing through our TV channels, we stumbled upon the biggest story on the planet Earth.
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    Considering the world we live in, it is understandable that clandestine warfare has become a TV obsession.
  • Big Surprise Of De Niro F-Bomb: That CBS Bothered To Censor It
    Apparently, the f-word is still capable of giving people a shock -- even in this day and age in which the word is in wide use.
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    In addition to all of the ways Twitter has enlivened society, it is now the go-to destination for mourning people we never knew personally.
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