Majority of the main news readers becoming women and then getting reports in from women. ...
A year ago I still considered whether I should subscribe to a TV provider, but when I heard that they basically removed the option of saving of programs, I stopped considering.
The only area where TV still rules is live sports events. Those are sometimes hard to find streaming online.
When I visited my parents recently, we watched a documentary from a hard disk recording a decade or so old. It was in what's now called SD. I don't think that recorder/DVD player can do better actually.
In Belgium and the Netherlands you can just watch the relevant TV channel through the website or some app. The only problem is that it's geoblocked, while my parents with satellite have a free choice between the Dutch, Belgian, German, French, British, etc. broadcast.
Yes, satellite is the king of TV, and will remain so for the foreseeable future. Not in my plans though, as I am flooded by content enough as it is.
And radio. Don't forget radio.
However, primarily the past decade has shown trend of people with fairly distinguishable local accents being allowed to read the news. My dad gets annoyed by it, but at 84 surely you're allowed to.
An Irish Sea bridge would be just another Boris Johnson folly
Finland-Estonia is delegated to study groups, and is not going to happen by 2025.
Meanwhile in modern life it shows how we can get brained into everything. Women in football, rugby, cricket, boxing, wrestling and other nonsense. All to try and show they are as level with men as they can.
Generally I have no problem with women reporters or anchor news people but NOT being the damn majority.
Never knew you were such an egalitarian.
Quote from: ersi on 2020-03-07, 07:46:44Never knew you were such an egalitarian.Worst, he doesn't realize he's actually defending quota for men, those weak persons needing to be defended and protected.
On an average night when say the BBC main UK news stops at 6.30pm and we are moved to the appropriate regional news such as up here in Scotland we get yet another female announcer local women reporting and the person giving the weather forecast a women. Generally I have no problem with women reporters or anchor news people but NOT being the damn majority.
Yes, it is the same thing as feminist, but in the men's department. Is there a word for it?
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