When we get reader mail, we like to post it here, along with our wordy and annoyingly condescending responses.
first and formost i would like to know where you get your information from?
second i would like to know why you put such things on you website? and third
do you people even make sure the stuff you post up on here is true? you have a
story up oh christopher hughes and i personaly would like to know where you get
off printing a minors name all over your site. uhhh do you know you can be sued
for that? i do not like that the story you have printed about MY FAMILY!! i
would really like to know where you get your information from because all the
details that are in that story are lies. please contact me and let me know
where you get your information from.
The entry on Christopher Hughes that she is referring to is located here.
Answers to your questions:
1) Most of the information comes from AP, Reuters and other various internet news sources, both popular and obscure. Print sources are utilized whenever possible. We have, at times, been submitted information, which we have vetted to the best of our ability. If you have specific information which contradicts the facts presented, please send it in and I will add your information to the story.
2) We put such things on the website for many reasons, not the least of which is that so much of what is done in the world pisses us off.
We, and many like us, believe that there is evil in the world, real evil. When it comes to the surface, too often people hide their eyes and ignore it, hoping the next Paris Hilton interview comes along to distract them.
While the people featured on this website are evil, they are also usually related to someone, hopefully someone they haven’t killed. For the surviving relatives and friends of the people featured here, you have our deepest sympathy, unless of course you aided them in their crimes, in which case you have our deepest scorn.
3) The nature of news, especially internet news, is such that it is constantly evolving and adding to itself. Rumors are added, then debunked. Facts are ignored, then proven. With the social aspects PYSIH.com gives the reader, we encourage user participation in the discussion of the news and opinions that we present here.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that:
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive, and impart information and ideas through any media regardless of frontiers
PYSIH considers all the material on this site to be our own opinion and expression and invites readers to express their own views and opinions. We censor nothing submitted, unless it is spam or otherwise not pertinent to the topic at hand.
Finally, we think it’s fairly obvious to most people with the majority of their brains intact that there is a great deal of sarcasm here on PYSIH.com. You’re voting on whether or not you’ll see someone in Hell. That should be evidence that we’re not the next CNN.
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