[Coco] Where to check for false information - Off Topic

James Hrubik jimhrubik at earthlink.net
Wed Nov 30 07:33:41 EST 2011

But take even the replies of snopes with a grain (or spoon, or cup)  
of salt.
Occasionally their replies are more politically correct than  
factually correct.   Same with :


Cross check with:


Usually people sending chain emails do so without thinking.  They  
believe they are performing a public service.
My general policy is the DEL key; I rarely forward anything that  
looks like a chain email.

On Nov 30, 2011, at 12:53 AM, Arthur Flexser wrote:

> snopes.com
> On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 12:50 AM, Brian G  
> <briang0671 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> Someone I know sends me stories that she believes as true and  
>> wants me to
>> re-send them to help people I know.
>> The most recent is diet soda causing muscle weakness and nerve  
>> damage. I
>> remember that one from about ten years ago.
>> So what are the web sites that investigate these stories and prove  
>> them
>> right or wrong.
>> But don't add to the false stories.
>> Please reply direct to me.
>> Thank You
>> --
>> Brian Goers

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