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  • i say go buy a sateliete tv dish and have every one chip in on it
  • Enjoy the truth
  • If you don't like it take a break somewhere else.
  • I haven't watched television in 25 years and have never seen Fox or CNN but doing a quick web search shows FOX is the number one rated news network in the country followed by CNN. Fox must be doing something right to achieve the number one rating. Maybe just watch it and see what's going on there. I personally don't believe much of what ANY media in this country says. I gave up listening to and watching the news years ago. If there is a story that is big enough to make the message boards online or my homepage I will look into it myself before I take anyones word for it. Particularly network news regardless of who it is. I think they are all pretty full of sh*t.
  • Find out who determines what the channel is on. Better yet, go to HR and ask if something less polarizing can be on instead. One might as well hold a Republican rally every break.
  • Watch Fox News.
  • Watch, maybe you learn something and about the communist movement Obama has for you
  • Change the channel?
  • Get some fresh air.
  • be glad that they have a station on that will tell ya the truth. Enjoy it and learn something.
  • Pay attention and learn
  • nice means straight and TRUE...Fox is the only straightforward, unbiased, unpartial ,media there is today..... lots can't handle TRUTH...so, eat at your desk.....
  • Do what I do: TV-B-Gone. It has a way of shutting down Bullshit. http://www.tvbgone.com/cfe_tvbg_main.php
  • Grab a juicy burger and relax.
  • Why should you "do" anything??
  • Your bosses can do what they want, watch it and determine what is and isn't true, you have to do that everyday to get along with others.
  • Remind them that Fox is the only news organization who's ever argued, in court, that the First Amendment gives broadcasters the right to lie or deliberately distort news reports on public airwaves. "On February 14, [2003] a Florida Appeals court ruled there is absolutely nothing illegal about lying, concealing or distorting information by a major press organization. The court reversed the $425,000 jury verdict in favor of journalist Jane Akre who charged she was pressured by Fox Television management and lawyers to air what she knew and documented to be false information. The ruling basically declares it is technically not against any law, rule, or regulation to deliberately lie or distort the news on a television broadcast. The attorneys for Fox, owned by media baron Rupert Murdock, argued the First Amendment gives broadcasters the right to lie or deliberately distort news reports on the public airwaves. In its six-page written decision, the Court of Appeals held that the Federal Communications Commission position against news distortion is only a "policy," not a promulgated law, rule, or regulation. Fox aired a report after the ruling saying it was 'totally vindicated' by the verdict." http://www.ceasespin.org/ceasespin_blog/ceasespin_blogger_files/fox_news_gets_okay_to_misinform_public.html More about Fox News: 1) The Most Biased Name in News: Fox News Channel's extraordinary right-wing tilt http://www.fair.org/index.php?page=1067 2) SourceWatch on Fox http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Fox_News#.22Fair_and_Balanced.22 3) Fox News: The Inside Story http://dir.salon.com/story/news/feature/2003/10/31/fox/print.html 4) OUTFOXED : Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6737097743434902428&ei=P-ZhSorSC4H0qAPDv7Qd&q=outfoxed+documentary&hl=en
  • It is up to you if you pay attention to it.
  • You do nothing. If you dont like the news turn the tv off. Its not your tv. You have no say so in the matter.
  • Tell them the workplace is for informative news, not the entertainment they are providing.
  • Take less breaks.
  • Go cry to HR that your snowflake ass is melting outside of your safe-space. Or you can get a job somewhere else. Or better yet, learn to deal with it.

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