[This post is dedicated to my brothers. And terrible journalism]. Why this is an article in Ynet is beyond me. But, then again, there's Ynet for ya. The breaking news: This past summer, the popular Power Rangers have returned to Israeli television screens. They've entered their 18th season, making it an intergenerational show, a... Continue Reading →
Is Ynet even trying? Did they ever? Always good for a laugh, whatever the case. I still don't know where I stand with Israel's summer 2011 socio-economic national protest. That's because I still don't know where it stands. But, nonetheless, I think we can all agree: You can't find good shwarma in New York City.... Continue Reading →
Ynet did it again. This isn't the second time I've noticed the blatant anti-religious fervor that an Israeli newspaper is purposely trying to spread. This is the 328975623th time. I used to actually enjoy reading Ynet. It was one of the central papers; sitting somewhere between JPost and Haaretz (in English, anyway). Their credibility has... Continue Reading →
Can someone explain to me how publishing an article about which Israeli demographic hates which other Israeli demographic is supposed to be appropriate for Tisha B'Av? Why so negative, Ynet? Why stir the pot of hatred and conflict and darkness? As a Jew who studied for years and years about Jewish history, as a student... Continue Reading →
Does anyone else find it funny that Ynet used very little resourcefulness to fill in an appropriate stock photo for this article, under which they captioned it, 'Resourcefulness'?
I gave away the punch line in the title, but there ain't much more to say than that. Here's the headline of a Ynet news article from today: Classified info exposed on Facebook Basically, some members of the Israeli security establishment were caught with photos of classified soldiers and locations exposed on their Facebook accounts.... Continue Reading →
I'm working really hard to get through this busy week and come out the other end at Purim, and Ynet is trying to hold me back: C'mon guys. It's March 18th, Tuesday. I busted my chops to get here, and I'll be damned if you try and take me back to yesterday.
Here's something you don't see everyday: Ynet made me do a double-take with that one. But they really ought not to lie in journalism...