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Newsrooms were smoky and noisy, with clattering typewriters and AP teletype machines.Sources were people to be courted in long evenings at a bar, not plucked from online chat rooms.
I've also come across the occasional adult mod designed for regular MMO's.
Depending on severity, breaking any of the following rules may result in being banned from the ingame chats and forums or even immediate and permanent account deletion without any compensation (so please make sure you do not end up on the Moderative Actions List): Characters will automatically be removed after half a year of inactivity in the regular game.
Characters will automatically be removed after four weeks of inactivity in the tutorial.
Apologies in advance if this violates a forum rule.
What providential timing, that as the world debates freedom of expression, two plays focusing on satire, censorship and free speech run in the Boston area throughout January. To say that she was larger than life is a handy cliché for a six-foot-tall redhead, an outspoken political commentator in an era and a place where demure, retreating females were the far more welcome norm.“Red Hot Patriot,” by sisters Margaret and Allison Engle, could have been titled “Blue Patriot in a Red State.” A one-woman show starring the captivating Karen Mac Donald, it documents a bygone era of journalism, when news came on paper and journalism was a profession widely viewed in a positive light.
While Stephen tours world capitals lecturing about governmental transparency and privacy issues, the source he met in an online chat room is locked in a military brig, potentially facing a firing squad for leaking the classified information.
The play’s only other character, convincingly played by Esme Allen, is Mira, an idealistic, but dangerously callow young online anarchist set on freeing the world by publishing or streaming everything conceivable, personal, private or public.Charlie Hebdo is a publication where Molly Ivins would have thrived.“The best six years of my life,” Ivins said, were spent co-editing the Texas Observer, writing piss-and-vinegar accounts of the state legislature.it is also No Fun”), where she felt censored and toned down, with sharp edges of her essays smoothed in rewrite.“Naturally, I was miserable, at five times my previous salary,” she wrote.(But I’m getting ahead of myself: the chat rooms happen in “Muckrakers.”)Molly Ivins was caustic, hilarious and courageous, a trilingual Ivy League-educated intellectual in cowboy boots.