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The Analects of Mudcat: Soaring

July 21, 2017 Leave a comment

” In order to soar, airplanes and men, alike, need forward motion.”

~M.T. Bass

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The Analects of Mudcat: Critics

June 9, 2017 Leave a comment

“It is the musician who knows the right note to play, but everyone can hear the wrong one.”

~M.T. Bass

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The Analects of Mudcat: Freedom

May 22, 2017 Leave a comment

“Can the tiger, roaming wild in the jungle, even begin to imagine a cage? Or the zoo that might contain him?”

~M.T. Bass

 

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The Analects of Mudcat: Fallow Fields

April 17, 2017 Leave a comment

“You can’t rush a fallow field.”

~M.T. Bass

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The Analects of Mudcat: Dreams

February 27, 2017 Leave a comment

“In the dreams of crazy people, do normal things happen?”

~M.T. Bass

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The Analects of Mudcat: Fake News

January 23, 2017 Leave a comment

“There are lies, damn lies, statistics…and journalism.”

~M.T. Bass

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Rules of Engagement for News Media Consumers

December 16, 2016 Leave a comment

How to stay informed without losing your mind: 

  1. Journalistic objectivity is and always has been a unicorn.
  2. Neither news, nor history, nor life is “made” on TV, in a newspaper article or with a social media post.
  3. Media bias evident during an election cycle is always there…every day…in every news “story”…on any subject.
  4. Never confuse a poll result with a historical event or even a newsworthy one.
  5. Never, ever, ever read a “news story” about a media personality.

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