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On the subject of journalism Obren Shaw writes: 1 I feel quite strongly about television reporters, journalists and the press. What angers me is their air of superiority. They can be seen pushing their microphones under people's noses. Do they ever say Can I ask you some questions "? No. They expect people to answer them even if they don't want to. And when they do get to ask a question it's more often than not a stupid one.'
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