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Perhaps it is because the many comments received by Yahoo, when reviewed by its reviewers, ascertained that too many of them do not accord with the general political orientation being generally espoused by Yahoo’s editorial policies as reflected in its various news articles and opinion pieces. Perhaps the Yahoo reviewers, much to their disappointment, have determined that the Nation’s Silent Majority may in fact not be quite so silent, especially when it comes to commenting on the Yahoo News forum and its news stories.
I myself am a big fan of the Yahoo News Comments sections tied to its many daily news articles for several reasons.
First, I find them highly informative and can learn much (and have) from other commenters observations regardless of whether I agree or disagree with the views expressed therein. Second, I find many of the comments made on Yahoo News stories to be humorous, sometimes extremely so, sometimes ingeniously so, and many of the comments are much improved upon thanks to the many commenters adding an apropos GIF, which the Yahoo platform has heretofore kindly allowed its commenters to employ. Third, in some cases it can be seen by reviewing the comments, that some readers ostensibly overlook reading the articles, claiming that, “I came for the comments,” which, in many cases given the otherwise controversial or shocking subject matter of the news article or opinion piece, is perfectly understandable. The Comments sections of Yahoo news articles, alone, can be a hoot.
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