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Sadly, this is occasionally me. Except with comics and video games.
This is why I get my news from the ABC, AUSTRALIAN Broadcasting Corporation, which, being he national broadcaster, must report news neutraly, without interference from government or others.
I kid, I get my news from comedy shows about the news.
They’re upfront about any bias, have a high accuracy rating, and can make you laugh even when reporting something sad. Best way to get news, really.
On the other hand, at least the ABC are no where near as emotive as other mainstream news programs. I tried watching channel 9 news once and was floored by how much emotion they tired to lace the facts with.
I used to keep up with haps in Oz by watching Clarke and Dawes.
Another great news resource.
“I get my news from comedy shows about the news”.
Surprisingly enough not a bad idea at all. Here there’s one that begins always with the same line: “you just watched the news, now we’re gonna tell you the truth”.
I am liking the new art.
Bucky sure looks like she has a lot of confidence. She also looks like she is stress free.
She also looks to grown a size or two. ^^
thats because her confidence grows them!
No that’s charisma.
You mean her hat size, right? Because her head looks BIG on panel 2
Missed out the word “probably” in panel 3. Not you, mr.sausage, but all those fluff-piece authors.
Reminds me of an “article” I read last week about American phrases that don’t mean the same thing (or even have meaning) in the UK: There was nothing it in at all, except the American phrases, some gifs containing the phrases and several re-phrasings of “I bet you didn’t know what that meant!” without any explanation of what said American phrases meant!
Fanny is probably one of the best ones.
In the US it’s the derriere or bottom.
In the UK it’s a term for a woman’s genitals.
It’s especially funny when someone from the US visiting the UK mentions using a fannypack to hold things. :)
It’s also a nickname for Frances or Francine here; although, you don’t hear it much anymore with all the contrived names the millenials use.
It is even funnier when someone from UK or Australia are introduced to an American co-worker named Fanny.
in Australia we call them a vagina pack
I wonder how long it’s going to take her to realize he’s just oggling the news girl.
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