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Richard Kidd You have to politifact, snopes, Urban Legends, etc the news. Lol Harry Reid, Chinese Company Behind Nevada Ranch Standoff
Are Senator Harry Reid and a Chinese company building a solar plant behind a standoff between federal agents and a Nevada rancher?
2 hours ago
Stacy Landry Question: Does anyone know where the idea that the High Priest needed to have a rope tied around him before he entered the Most Holy Place, just in case he died, they could drag him out?" I have mentioned it but I know it is another Christian Urban L Read more ...
egend. Just wondering where it came from. I think we need a Christian Snopes to find these things out.
3 hours ago
Carl Miller Don't believe Snopes.
Snopes NO MORE The Self-proclaimed Debunker Of Urban Legend has been debunked
By Gaylan King this one! Then check out the suggested web sites!!! Many of the emails that I have sent or forwarded that had any anti-Obama info…
18 hours ago
Trevor Bazil Snopes exposed For those of you that think snopes is god when it comes to knowing the truth or not. By the way you might want to check this out on snopes. I present this for your own evaluation. Who "Snopes" are was written up in READER Read more ...
S DIGEST and agrees with this account. (no politcal bias was mentioned in the article). SNOPES EXPOSED For the past few years ( has positioned itself, or others have labeled it, as the 'tell-all final word' on any comment, claim and email. But for several years people tried to find out who exactly was behind Only recently did Wikipedia get to the bottom of it - kinda makes you wonder what they were hiding. Well, finally we know. It is run by a husband and wife team - that's right, no big office of investigators and researchers, no team of lawyers. It's just a mom-and-pop operation that began as a hobby. David and Barbara Mikkelson in the San Fernando Valley of California started the website about 13 years ago and they have no formal background or experience in investigative research. After a few years it gained popularity believing it to be unbiased and neutral, but over the past couple of years people started asking questions who was behind it and did they have a selfish motivation? The reason for the questions - or skepticisms - is a result of claiming to have the bottom line facts to certain questions or issue when in fact they have been proven wrong. Also, there were criticisms the Mikkelsons were not really investigating and getting to the 'true' bottom of various issues. A few months ago, when my State Farm agent Bud Gregg in Mandeville hoisted a political sign referencing Barack Obama and made a big splash across the Internet, 'supposedly' the Mikkelson's claim to have researched this issue before posting their findings on In their statement they claimed the corporate office of State Farm pressured Gregg into taking down the sign, when in fact nothing of the sort 'ever' took place. I personally contacted David Mikkelson (and he replied back to me) thinking he would want to get to the bottom of this and I gave him Bud Gregg's contact phone numbers - and Bud was going to give him phone numbers to the big exec's at State Farm in Illinois who would have been willing to speak with him about it. He never called Bud. In fact, I learned from Bud Gregg that no one from ever contacted anyone with State Farm. Yet, issued a statement as the 'final factual word' on the issue as if they did all their homework and got to the bottom of things - not! Then it has been learned the Mikkelson's are very Democratic (party) and extremely liberal. As we all now know from this presidential election, liberals have a purpose agenda to discredit anything that appears to be conservative. There has been much criticism lately over the Internet with people pointing out the Mikkelson's liberalism revealing itself in their website findings. Gee, what a shock? So, I say this now to everyone who goes to to get what they think to be the bottom line fact 'proceed with caution.' Take what it says at face value and nothing more. Use it only to lead you to their references where you can link to and read the sources for yourself. Plus, you can always Google a subject and do the research yourself. It now seems apparent that's all the Mikkelson's do. After all, I can personally vouch from my own experience for their 'not' fully looking into things. http://http// or http://http// I have found this to be true also! Many videos of Obama I tried to verify on Snopes and they said they were False. Then they gave their liberal slant! I have suspected some problems with snopes for some time now, but I have only caught them in half-truths. If there is any subjectivity they do an immediate full left rudder. Truth or Fiction, is a better source for verification, in my opinion. that forwarded email Truth or Fiction? Research into stories, scams, hoaxes, myths, and urban legends on the Internet I have recently discovered that is owned by a flaming liberal and this man is in the tank for Obama. There are many things they have listed on their site as a hoax and yet you can go to You tube yourself and find the video of Obama actually saying these things. So you see, you cannot and should not trust, ever for anything that remotely resembles truth! I don't even trust them to tell me if email chains are hoaxes anymore. A few conservative speakers on MySpace told me A few months ago and I took it upon myself to do a little research to find out if it was true. Well, I found out for myself that it is true. Anyway just FYI please don't use anymore for fact checking and make your friends aware of their political leanings as well. Many people still think is neutral and they can be trusted as factual. We need to make sure everyone is aware that that is a hoax in itself. Thank you, Alan Strong Alan Strong CEO/Chairman Commercial Programming Systems, Inc. 4400 Coldwater Canyon Ave. Suite 200 Studio City, CA. 91604-5039 Urban Legends Reference Pages
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18 hours ago
Bari Smith heard this a while back..and some of you said I was nuts!!!!!!!....nuts to ya!,,,can't trust snopes either!
Snopes NO MORE The Self-proclaimed Debunker Of Urban Legend has been debunked - Tom O'Halloran is a news, information and opinion site. Our goal is to post, report and analyze stories of interest on a wide range of topics from politics and culture to faith and family. We are located in Longview Texas.
23 hours ago
Larry Bradley Part 4 Of 4: Technology Tip Zapping Email Legends 3) In the resulting search you might find lots of websites that can help you determine the validity of the email like this one: Ho Read more ... PRACTICE ACTIVITY: The next time you get a chain email use the technique explained above to check the validity of it before you forward it. If you find out it's a hoax send an email to the person who sent it to you with links with the the real information. TO KEEP ON LEARNING: To learn more about hoax emails try searching the internet for: Online Urban Legends Snopes Chain Emails Email Hoax Ashley Flores
Ashley Flores: missing child or Internet hoax?
1 day ago
Carol Gillette Hughes Almost everyone has been, at least, momentarily fooled by an urban legend or misinformation but I've never seen so many conspiracy theories floating around as I have in the last 10 years. Nowadays, it's easy to check many sources to dispel of them. S Read more ...
ources that I trust more than others are The Christian Science Monitor, NPR, and I like to check to see if many famous newspapers verify the "rumor." In Nigeria, some imams told their followers not to get vaccinated for polio because it was an American plot. The consequences were devastating. In the US now we see many touting that Gardasil is dangerous to give to young girls. You can check Snopes on that one. There are always going to be alarmists concerning many inoculations but consider the source and verifiable proof. If we can eliminate cervical cancer, what a gift that would be to our young women.
1 day ago
Ronnie Bambrough
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Linda K. Alli I wouldn't believe Snopes if they claimed the grass was green and the sky was blue.
Is Urban Legend Debunking Site Biased?
Is there any truth to the claim that is a liberal front organization?
1 day ago
Helen Edwards Snopes is a good place to check out rumors. Also, the US Dept of energy has a myth/urban legend Site. Pepsi Uses Fetal Cells?
Is Pepsi using cells from aborted fetuses to create flavor enhancers?
2 days ago
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