View Poll Results: Is Fox news bias and obviously leans right? Yes/No

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  • YES, FOX news is bias and obviously leans right

    37 30.33%
  • NO, FOX news is NOT bias and does NOT lean right.

    85 69.67%
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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Where are you getting those examples?

    The only adjective use of "bias" is in describing an angled cut of a physical object, and that's archaic. The noun form is "biasness." Not the same word at all.

    The adjective form of "bias" in terms of prejudice of thought is "biased."
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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    Where are you getting those examples?

    The only adjective use of "bias" is in describing an angled cut of a physical object, and that's archaic. The noun form is "biasness." Not the same word at all.

    The adjective form of "bias" in terms of prejudice of thought is "biased."
    hmmmm not sure, its what I thought I read on websters or somewhere Id have to go back I could easily be wrong because I admit grammar isnt my strongest suit lol

    I thought websters said its chiefly used for fabric, so its mainly used but not exclusively but again i have to go look

    and TECHNICALLY (me being a jaskass) if your argument is true it would still be ok to use it as an adjective, just not in the political meaning which many do including myself, you werent specific but thats me just having fun with you
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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    It's also used for food, wood grain, and other things you might cut. But not for prejudice of mind.
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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    Where are you getting those examples?

    The only adjective use of "bias" is in describing an angled cut of a physical object, and that's archaic. The noun form is "biasness." Not the same word at all.

    The adjective form of "bias" in terms of prejudice of thought is "biased."
    hmmm at quick glance it seems you may very well be right and I misunderstood
    seems websters DOES say that biasness is the noun of bias(fabric cutting)
    Bias - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary


    dictionary.com is unclear and some others are too that I looked at BUT Websters is good enough for me! I stand corrected sir

    bias is an adj BUT only in the form of cutting of materials
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    hmmmmm Id like to know how Grim, Zimmer, Turtledude and Whovian would vote on this thread?


    and as soon as I shift back throw my posts theres a guy who is a huge olbermann fan, Id like him to vote in the other thread
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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    For so many to think that FOX "news" is not biased tells me that the radical conservatives have polluted this poll.
    Its now meaningless..
    BTW, I feel that many portions of FOX are OK, but I do not completely trust FOX.
    When I want something honest and truthful, I'll listen to NPR and PBS.

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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by earthworm View Post
    For so many to think that FOX "news" is not biased tells me that the radical conservatives have polluted this poll.
    Its now meaningless..
    BTW, I feel that many portions of FOX are OK, but I do not completely trust FOX.
    When I want something honest and truthful, I'll listen to NPR and PBS.
    yeah I already mentioned this
    funny that these polls and the gay rights polls always get spammed??? hmmmmmmm can somebody say insecurity

    you can just click on the numbers above and it shows you who really voted the REAL numbers are 31 votes for yes and 2 for no and though I wont assume anything officially reading through the two posts and looking at the other thread the two no votes probably arent real BUT one yes vote IMO is a lie because it goes against everything they post but oh well

    real vote 94% yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreReborn View Post
    Lol no. There would be a place like a grocery store or a warehouse that contains all the products. Every day once you finish your work you would get a slip saying you worked for the day and then you could take all you need/want. Though there is a variant with checks that measure your time and each product would be measured in that way. There could be eat out restraunts or a large communal kitchen in which others could help you make the food or even do it for their work. It all depends if there is enough labor at hand, though I'm sure there will be.
    Definitely futuralistic and progressive, surely not conservative stick-in-the-mud.
    But, for me?
    no..

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