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Fake Salmon Shocker…

Now this is real journalism… from the NYTDan says this is why we need real journalists. Isn’t that why we have the police?

Tests performed for The New York Times in March on salmon sold as wild by eight New York City stores, going for as much as $29 a pound, showed that the fish at six of the eight were farm raised. Farmed salmon, available year round, sells for $5 to $12 a pound in the city.

The irony is that I found the story on Sploid! And in other news, from the NYTimes, to become Miss America, you’re probably going to have to eat bugs! Excellent. The point of all this being that Sploid and the NYTimes have lots in common. And I’m not sure it’s serious journalism.

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