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You can replace the words “mass media outlets” with any other - “shoe”, “hammer”, “watercloset lid” - the meaning will not change!
BTW, it was Max Reger who coined the timeless riposte from his watercloset to a critic of his day.
Heliane: the reckoning Jessica 2007
TWO rooms, my own watercloset, my own little terrace-thingy, cheaper rent, complete control of the look of the living room, the entire upstairs is mine and mine only ...
pojken Diary Entry pojken 2005
In a Greek watercloset he breathed his last: euthanasia.
So I arose and went to the watercloset, but not finding him there, went down to the kitchen, where I saw a slave girl, and when I enquired for him, she showed him to me lying with one of the cookmaids.
Tehran Winter Naipaul, V.S. 1981
A short hall opened first upon a bathroom and watercloset, then upon a small chamber furnished with a table and chair: the Kaiark's refectory.
Marune: Alastor 933 Vance, Jack 1975
There should be a ventilated trap placed on the pipe leading from the watercloset to the cesspit.
A patient of No. 1 ward discovered her suspended from the ladder eight minutes after she had last seen her in the adjoining watercloset, and gave the alarm.
Illstarred heresiarch 'In a Greek watercloset he breathed his last: euthanasia.
Ulysses James Joyce 1911
One particularly useful sounding app - Toilux - which finds public toilets for those with pee-sized bladders can't even get impatient pee-ers to shell out a dollar for its watercloset satnaving.
TG Daily Sylvie Barak 2010