Stuff.co.nz have already threatened New Zealanders that they will gut the Fourth Estate Journalism we require of them if we don’t give them their newspaper monopoly and only last week their parent company Fairfax were writing new editorial policy that endorses neoliberalism.
So I am guessing this narcissistic exploration of Stuff.co.nz’s own arsehole masquerading as a ‘news’ story is an example of the kind of journalism Stuff.co.nz will give us if we don’t give them a monopoly to push their neoliberal economic and social philosophy, because I can’t see how else you could explain this tripe on stuff.co.nz right now…
It happened again recently.
I made my way to the kitchen, opened the cutlery drawer, and … nothing.
No forks, no spoons, no teaspoons. Once again, I ate my salad with a soup spoon – which was retrieved dirty from the dishwasher. (Yes, I washed it.)
Meanwhile, a colleague consumed a pie using nothing but a knife.
This has been an ongoing problem in the Fairfax Media Auckland newsroom, in what has become known as “The Great Cutlery Crisis of 2017”.
…it goes on and on and on and on.
How this managed to be a news story is utterly beyond me and it is a continued dilution of stuff.co.nz from a credible and factually based news site to a clickbait opinion based fake news site.
Can’t these pricks just put up a paywall so the rest of us never have to pay attention to them the way we do with the NBR?