What do think about that

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The news media rely on their audience both for their public importance and for their economic sustainability. No matter how good reporting may be, if people do not value it, it is unlikely to have a significant impact on public opinion or public knowledge. Similarly, if people find news disappointing, no matter how proud journalists may be of their work, people might be unwilling to pay for it as a commercial product or as a public service. They may also be reluctant to back the news media if political leaders try to crack down on them or intimidate them. More specifically, we asked people whether they think the news media fulfil their watchdog role do the news media monitor and scrutinise political and business leaders? These are all things that the news media generally strive to do well.

Intellectual skyrockets of stunning brilliance. But wait! Should we also ask what machines that think, or, "AIs", might be thinking about? Do they want, do they expect civil rights? Do they have feelings?

I see the setting sun, of another passing day There's some questions on my mind, since you've been away Friends say that you're doin well, you finally got it made Outside I share my joy for you, but inside my heart still aches. Do you think about me do you think about me Like I think about you like I think about you Do you sometimes stay awake at night, till the morning light Cos you don't know what to do Do you think about me do you think about me Like I think about you like I think about you Do you toss and turn, does your heart still burn For the passion we once knew. I see your face at night, in every dream I drift Could this be a message, please tell me what it means tell me what it means If I had your number, I'd call you on the phone But your voice wouldn't be enough, It might be better left alone. It's like I press rewind, it's like the hands of time That start all over again Maybe this time, it won't end. Do you think about me do you think about me Like I think about you like I think about you Do you sometimes stay awake at night, till the morning light Cos you don't know what to do Do you think about me do you think about me Like I think about you like I think about you And do you toss and turn, does your heart still burn For the passion we once knew. I wanna know-whoa, do you think about me I wanna know Is there a chance, that we could work it on out Work it out It's been so long a century and it's so plain to see Ahhhhhh That I got what you want, and I sure got what you need What you want, sure what you need. Do you think about me do you think about me Like I think about you like I think about you Like I think about you baby, all through the night Do you think about me like I think about you Do you, do you think about me Whoa, oh now baby, eh hey, eh hey Do you think about me.

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Many people would maybe deny that they care much about what people think about them. If we paid attention to the number of thoughts that go around in our heads each day that have to do with caring about what others think about us, and perhaps kept a tally of these thoughts, it would probably actually add up quite quickly! I myself, by nature, was very bound to thoughts that revolved around what other people thought—so much so that it was like slavery. The thoughts plagued me and would not let me be at rest. But, if people expressed criticism about what I said or did, and let me know that they disagreed with me, then I suddenly found myself very upset. I knew that I had to overcome this tendency within myself.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Izaskun says:

    What do Americans think about Brazil? – Inglês na Rede

  2. Dominique P. says:

    "What Do Ya Think About That" is a song written by Anthony Smith and Brett Jones, and recorded by American country music duo Montgomery Gentry.

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