Cyber-attack: Security minister says XP issue a 'red herring'
“This whole thing is a series of puzzles and, frankly, red herrings.”
Tone-Deaf in Rome
Instead of a clear plan for enacting reform, the Vatican offers a red herring, citing the movement for the ordination of women as a “grave crime.”
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HerringHerring are forage fish, mostly belonging to the family Clupeidae. They often move in large schools around fishing banks and near the coast. The most abundant ...
生鯡魚(Raw Herring)加洋蔥末 ”生吞”，這是絕 對要體驗一下的荷蘭”國吃”！
red herringSyllabification: red her·ring
[so named from the practice of using the scent of red herring in training hounds]herring
n. - 青魚, 鯡
a piece of herring
the herring pond((おどけて))大洋, （特に）北大西洋.
A misleading clue; something used to divert attention from the real issue.
From the former practice of drawing a smoked herring across the track to teach hounds not to be distracted from other scents.
"When I hear hysterical opposition from some self-styled leaders in the business community to such a common-sense policy as the living wage, I have to shake my head. They trot out all the tired old red herrings about the living wage being bad for business or adversely affecting the business climate or even causing layoffs." — Terry Lierman, `Living Wage' Is Good for Workers and Businesses, The Washington Post, Mar 21, 2002.