Noo, pelikan, please don't feel you have to change, we like you and penguin both the way you are. Maybe if you just post a little more often, we can practice. (-:
I'm sorry I didn't watch the rest of the film, then, maybe it would have been better than I thought. But lately there has just been so much depressing stuff in the news that some nights I just watch a soccer game from the DVR instead. (Not that either Leicester or Arsenal has been any less depressing lately ...)
We do now have the mid-level cable pack on one TV, but I can't say I've ever taken the opportunity to watch Fox News at any length. I find it frustrating enough when I have to sit through it in places like waiting rooms and restaurants.
However, while they seem very slanted in terms of what they cover and how they present it, I don't think even they could get away with reporting something that simply is factually in true, or at least, not in the same way that internet 'news' sites seem to be able to. And in particular on issues like privacy, libertarians, who make up a key part of their constituency, may find Big Brother–type behavior equally worrying.
And I think I understand Harri's comment too, because Fox News does trigger a lot of reflexive bad reactions from people who, like me, don't really watch it themselves. I do think its plain news programs are probably less obviously biased than its talk shows, which are more like conservative talk radio, which can be really, really awful (but is probably findable for free, without a subscription, for those like Norbert who want to consciously sample everything).
I did a little web searching and didn't come up with much on Daryl Davis's advice either, except for one hit on some Grrgle-hosted website which I don't want to click on, but here it is in case anyone else wants to risk it. Speaking of Big Brother and violations of privacy, that is.
Daryl Davis is now giving advice on how to talk with Trump ...https://plus.google.com/+MarlaCaldwell/posts/...