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Thursday, January 29, 2015
Gannett-Owned Star Treats Online Subscribers To Pornographic Images Of Chippendales Performers
Eugene Pulliam is turning over in his grave. The Gannett-owned Indianapolis Star online edition at indystar.com features a photo gallery of mostly-naked and bulging Chippendales male performers from a recent show at Old National. It's just a reflection of big media's overt effort to Kardashianize culture in America and keep the masses distracted while the elites plunder our nation.
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I will grant you this- our media is obsessed with little else but serving up the most trite, most banal, most lowest-common-denominator "news" and "information" possible.
This is how we end up with a mayor and a City Council that, other than Scales, is utterly inept [and corrupt] at shepherding our tax dollars and steering our City.
It is no wonder to me that I daily encounter people who know more about a large Kardashian fannie than about Austrian vs Keynsian economics or exactly why this country was established by the colonists.
There is a place for adult entertainment but I do question if IndyStar is the place for it; this is little more than a low level attempt to drum up readership. Swarens should consider renaming the Star to something like Hustler...
What are you complaining about - Indy has the privilege of having a beer and wine beat writer! What more do you want????
I don't see the problem. I can see worse on the Bill Cunningham Show or Jerry Springer.
They're considering a name change to the Porn Scar
Yeah, the great days of Eugene Pulliam. In't that he era during which the Star refused to headline the winner of the US Presidential race? So the "quality" of a paper is entirely predicated on its political bias.
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