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youngmafbog | 22:45 Tue 10th May 2011 | News
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So we see the BBC publicicing gallows running for Murdoch to me this demand like political statemnent.l as we pay for the BBC is this right?

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What's Foucault Bibble? Explain please. Lol
Foucault was a fan of Australian Drum & Bass
I have re read the initial question, with the help of your explanation, and I still don't understand the question.
I'm with you Hopkirk.
sometimes the English language leaves a lot to be desired; this thread of youngmafbog's is such a case that demonstrates the lack of lucidity in it and the structure of the comment and question.
You are suggesting that if the BBC report on any Rupert Murdoch business then they are being biased? (a least I think that is what the gibberish you wrote is implying).

That is clearly wrong. Galloway is one of many who have had their privacy violated, however, he is an experienced broadcaster and is best able to articulate and make an informative programme from one of the victim's viewpoint.

You may not like the BBC (I personally think it is one of the best things we do), and you may not like Galloway, but you honestly believe that stealing information should not be reported, and those guilty should not be shamed?
Chrissa,
Foucault's pendulum
Aberrant, nightmare; you've made my day.
And no, reporting on a story doesn't show bias. Why would it?
I'm astonished and impressed that anyone was able to take the disjointed gibberish of the question and extract sense from it. It's like that character in Catch the Pigeon who interpreted for Clunk.

And it having now been translated, the question is completely redundant - no of course it's not "bias".

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