Too many syllables; didn't understand.

Typical response to tl;dr, which (like stuff or yawn or o_O) can be used to replace and dismiss a paragraph that the OP thought was well-reasoned.
A: Conventional media seems fixated on news stories that have art: if they don't have videotape or a volunteer camera geek at the scene, then it's not as newsworthy as some controversial clown who has scheduled a speech where he will say the same thing he's been saying for months.

B: tl;dr. See that about Brit last night?

A: More like tms;du.
作者 Scryer 2008年5月06日

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