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Never been a fan of common sense, me. Common sense is what gets used by people who don't know better. Common sense never built a rocket or an internal combustion engine. Still, I don't see why you should expect to see common sense in a paper. It isn't clear what people expect to get out of a paper, if anything, when they buy one. Papers are on the business of printing what they think people want to read, which is generally what they think they already know. This is loosely tied to recent events that have happened. The survey of events is neither comprehensive nor unbiased, so you have to question whether or not reality is anything other than a substitute for fiction necessitated by a dearth of creative thought behind the desk.
Okay, that maybe too bleak a view. Maybe.
Ah, but then, the worst is found online, and immeasurably more of it too. Finding the speck of gold in a sea of warm piss is a chore. There's something to be said for a medium that introduces at least some quality control.