Another sterling example of investigative journalism…

Flying bugs Often, it’s our job as journalists to take highly technical information and relay it in a way that can be understood by the average reader. Ummm, mission accomplished…

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    • Thanks πŸ™‚ I’ve heard of newspapers being asked to “dumb-down” the writing to appeal to a broader readership, but YIKES! I hope that’s not an indicator of what’s to come. If so, it won’t be long until we’re writing in rhyme: “Uranium was found in North Korea, officials said they had no idea. They’re sending an ambassador right away, before a big boom ruins everyone’s day.”

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