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Re: “The Hackers Are Coming! Burlington Electric’s Crisis That Wasn’t

Has the photo of Mr. Lunderville been photoshopped? If it has, you might want to somehow indicate that it has been doctored (call it a "photo illustration" or the like) so people don't think 7D is trying to pass a fake photo as real. (If I'm wrong and the lighting is just bizarre, please feel free to disregard this comment)

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Posted by StopThePipeline on 01/10/2017 at 4:44 PM

Re: “Protesting Exxon, Bill McKibben Arrested at Burlington Gas Station

Paul Jones: It has been reported elsewhere (BFP, I think) that McKibben gave the gas station $100 in advance to cover any potential lost revenue. If anything, they made money.

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Posted by StopThePipeline on 10/16/2015 at 7:32 AM

Re: “City Council Snuffs Smoking on Church Street

Shannon probably spoke of people's right to BREATHE air, not "breath" air. If she did say "breath," you should probably add a [sic] to her statement.

Also, 24-hour access, not 24-access.

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Posted by StopThePipeline on 11/11/2014 at 9:31 AM

Re: “Media Note: Free Press Statehouse Reporters to Leave Paper

The Burlington Free Press has been laying off reporters left and right; without these latest two, they now employ a total of 9 reporters in their news department. They measure articles' value by the number of clicks they get, instead of by traditional measures of journalistic importance. Video pieces are valued over in-depth reporting. Professional photojournalists have been fired (instead, reporters are told to take photos with their iPhones). And they've lost nearly all of the (frustrated and exasperated) veteran reporters, so they're left with younger folks who are happy to constantly rejigger their headlines to maximize click-through rates.

But don't worry, people -- I have a solution! Simply rebrand the Burlington Free Press as BURLINGTON BUZZFEED and there will be no confusion about its news and business model, nor high expectations for its journalism. Problem solved!

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Posted by StopThePipeline on 11/05/2014 at 1:33 AM

Re: “Vermont's 2014 Gubernatorial Campaign Drinking Game

Paul: I didn't do anything of the sort: I sat down with a cup of herbal tea and made it through the debate just fine. I actually enjoyed it!

If you feel compelled to get either drunk or high on auto fumes just to get through watching a television program, you may have a substance use issue.

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Posted by StopThePipeline on 10/30/2014 at 2:37 PM

Re: “Vermont's 2014 Gubernatorial Campaign Drinking Game

Why is Seven Days promoting drinking games, which are one of the highest-risk ways to drink? As painful as political season may be, I can assure you that alcohol poisoning is worse.

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Posted by StopThePipeline on 10/30/2014 at 2:07 PM

Re: “Twitter Alias Links Scot Shumski to Tea Party Rhetoric

What exactly is the point of these (allegedly) "group twitter accounts?" I mean, unlike Netflix, where it behooves you to find someone else willing to share their login credentials, Twitter accounts are totally free.

This guy seems super slimy -- and I'm just not talking about his politics. I'd respect him a lot more if he'd answer questions forthrightly and honestly.

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Posted by StopThePipeline on 10/29/2014 at 2:42 AM

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