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Old 1st December 2011, 08:13 PM   #11
Francec is offline Francec  Australia
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I have to agree with one of the comments on the article. Who pasted the term "Stereo" on this? Pretty bad writing and editing.
Agreed! I wish so-called journalists would do as their noun suggests; that they journal, as in accurately record the events, facts and circumstances. Pretty shortly, the world will also run out of hyperbole because hyperbole is now common place rather that unusual.
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