Freudian slip from Fox News

Written By: - Date published: 10:59 am, May 4th, 2011 - 15 comments
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15 comments on “Freudian slip from Fox News”

  1. randal 1

    same old stuff from the same collection of creeps masquerading as civilised people.

  2. Lew 2

    The same mistake was also made by BBC and Al Jazeera English, at least, in the hour or so following the announcement. I blame panicked studio juniors being drafted into write slugs and ticker items rather than subliminal conspiracy, as pleasing as that hypothesis is.

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    • felix 2.1

      How does a “subliminal conspiracy” work?

    • Lanthanide 2.2

      Yeah, lots of people are making this mistake – it’s very easy to do.
       
      It would be interesting if someone were to analyse the incidents of it though. See if right-leaning media were more or less likely to make the slip than left-leaning. Could be chalked up to any number of things, including the intelligence/capability of the presenters, to the script writers, to simply inherent propaganda/bias.

    • Colonial Viper 2.3

      I heard a presenter on National radio make this slip, when talking with a former CIA analyst. Yesterday I think it was.

  3. Mike 3

    That’s not actually ‘Fox News’, but rather a local Fox affiliate station, which are not the same thing….

    • felix 3.1

      Eh? What’s Fox40?

      • Colonial Viper 3.1.1

        Normally when people talk about Fox News they are talking about the news on the (nationwide) Fox News Network. However these affiliate stations get a lot of stuff (including graphics) direct from Fox News Network

  4. Kaplan 4

    Fox News, fux news on demand.

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