Surprising that none of these high-powered media Hollywood people have access to the internets. The possibility of getting incorrect information from CNN goes down dramatically when you STOP LOOKING AT CNN. This wasn't a picture story.
Is Jeff Stryker still the benchmark here? Because, I'm thinking Mandingo is bigger.
Now Ellen DeGeneres' getting married makes sense, after all!
What he says is that the court determined that public officials acted unlawfully by issuing marriage licenses without a judicial determination. He's correct. That is at the beginning of the ruling. He obviously then incorrectly concluded that meant that the court ruled that gay marriage was illegal. He obviously should have read/reported on the rest of the ruling which said that not allowing gay marriage was unconstitutional. The poor legal analyst.
All I know is that NAFTA means you're married if you got married in Canada, so Cali acknowledging gay marriages is mostly a moot (legal) point.
Except you don't have to get married during the Polar Bear Swim in English Bay ...
re: point 2, last thurs. was not actually the 90th day, the court did not wait the full 90 days to hand down the decision. but it was known when the court's schedule was released earlier in the week that it would come on that day, so i think the point sorta stands. i'm sure cnn can get a competent legal analyst on 1 or 2 days notice. just a technical correction.
CNN mostly exists to prove how completely barren of any redeeming value American TV "news" shows have become.
I can't believe this isn't a bigger story. Good job Dominic! The Stranger is the only place that has the balls to watch the media and demand that things are reported correctly.
I'm sad that there wasn't a hyperlink on "Jeff Stryker's cock" ... talk about shoddy journalism.
Jeff Stryker is soooooo 1988...I'd substitute Cam Kurtz; much younger and fresher.
I'm guessing that CNN fucked up, because Anderson Cooper had a sex hangover and came to work late that day...otherwise, I'm sure he would have caught it.
What. It was only one of the most landmark legal rulings in CA in decades. With the very real possibility of effecting similar legal rulings in other states in the future. You don't actually expect CNN to get the basic core of the ruling correct, did you? And why would any other show bother to mention it. It only impacts teh gays, right? And it isn't like the court announced days ahead of time exactly what date and time they would be making the announcement or anything... Oh wait.
This is actually one of the reasons I stopped watching TV entirely. I used to be kind of a news junkie, and I'd flip around to all the news stations. But it's all just enfotainment, with a minimum of actual news. I'm still kind of a news junkie, but I seek my news mostly on the internet and NPR now. I haven't watched CNN since the towers fell on 9/11.
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