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  • Neil Postman, in "Amusing Ourselves to Death", argues that informed public discourse has ended with the advent of television.

    Deutschgate in the Media

  • The media guru Neil Postman, in Amusing Ourselves to Death, bemoaned the degradation of American discourse into a world of decontextualized information — thanks largely to the rise of television as our predominant medium for communication.

    Splitting newsrooms and hairs « BuzzMachine

  • Amusing is his notion of the ogre’s modus operandi:

    Lenten Weblog

  • Amusing, that is, except for the subsequent eagerness of the mainstream press to help him cover it all up.

    Crooks and Liars

  • Have you ever noticed that Hugh Laurie only has one facial expression Amusing

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • You can see what I'm talking about in comment #3 there, where an anonymous commenter clearly calls him out on that "Amusing" label.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • No, the cute part of Aaron's post is that he originally had classified it under the label "Amusing" and only after he got his ass kicked from here to Beta Z did he quietly sneak back under cover of darkness and drop the "Amusing" label to try to deflect some of the criticism.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • He has it filed under "Amusing" but that doesn't seem to offer any clue.

    Dear Matthew:

  • "Amusing," he said, passing his tall, young secretary, then chuckling again as it seemed evident her eyes were trying to decipher his laughter.

    The Doomsayer

  • Obama is the poster child for the current Congress machine ... and the more he makes stupid remarks attacking average Americans (Re: Tea Parties ~ "Amusing") he will be the most despised President in history by 2012. 42 posted on 04/18/2010 8: 39: 58 PM PDT

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