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Old 09-10-02, 12:04 PM   #29
rmannstaedt
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I think you are missing the point. Like I said (quote):

"... there is a significant difference between humour, factual information, rumour/indications based information, and misinformation. With a site like the Inquirer, those small words like 'may' or 'indicates' or 'perhaps' are immensely important."

Using words like "may" does not constitute humour. It constitutes speculation. Using sentences like (quote from Inquirer article http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=5327):

"... the highly respectable and hugely talented D. Solomon Jr., who loves us to bits."

That constitutes humour. Reading your post I gather you are interested in neither the humour nor the speculations, so I honestly don't know why you are reading the Inquirer. Go read a benchmark somewhere instead.
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