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originally posted by: Devino
a reply to: rickymouse
If I said my car died because it probably has a bad fuel pump and the mechanic checks if the fuel pump runs and says the fuel pump is fine, you are lying, would you get pissed. It could be there was no gas in the car, or the fuel filter was plugged, yet the mechanic said we aren't looking at that, because you said it was the most likely the fuel pump. You told us a fib so we looked no further.
I find many people often make this mistake. They confuse the difference between lying and simply being wrong.
a completely factual story
originally posted by: gdkknxnqkc
a reply to: Diisenchanted
In today's society we are constantly bombarded with lies and half truths and it is up to us to do our research in order to discover the realities that shape our world and in doing so we find the ones who willfully decisive us and lead us from the truth
originally posted by: Diisenchanted
This is what happens when you allow Fake-book to censer the news.
Facebook warned Breitbart News on Friday that the author of a completely factual story concerning the accuser of Alabama Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore needed to consult “additional reporting” from the liberal fact-checker Politifact.
Why should Facebook determine what is fake and what isn't?
I'll bet they ran with the fake-news stories from the last couple of days.