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How The Internet Would Have Covered The First Thanksgiving
These days, a thing hasn’t happened if it hasn’t happened to the internet. If you don’t read about a story online, does it exist? Here at RedState, we say absolutely not. So in order to make the first Thanksgiving more real, to bring it home for us all, we’ve compiled some screenshots that show …
HOW THE INTERNET WOULD HAVE COVERED THE FIRST THANKSGIVING
A Compilation So Compelling You’ll Swear You Were There
Note: You MUST Click On Each Image To See The Full Text
First up, the always reliable Buzzfeed, inventors of Clickbait.
Yes, acid is used to make etchings. What were YOU thinking about?
Next, we have my personal favorite website, Media Matters, arbiter of all that is fair and good and hoaxy.
Of course, no internet collection would be complete without Drudge, master of all that he surveys.
But not all our news comes from blogs. Sometimes it comes from the old media. So here’s Fox Nation:
And Drudge isn’t the only aggregation site on the web. Check out Fark’s Thanksgiving coverage!
People like to go to sites that reflect their views. Pilgrim Liberals went to DailyKos, poor things.
And finally, it wouldn’t be fair not to show you how RedState covered the first Thanksgiving!
So now you know! And to all my friends reading at RedState, tweeting on Twitter, friending on Facebook, diary-ing on DailyKos, and everywhere else on the web, be you left, right, center, upper, lower, middle, or extra-dimensional, I sincerely wish you each a Happy Holiday Season.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING, INTERNET!!