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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by cwerdna, Apr 17, 2018.
And here we are on a forum that doesn't permit a suitable response. Touché.
And Edward R Murrow too!
*Biting my lip*
Yeah, the same network that canned a VERY long term, well-respected reporter, for making a bad mistake..
That should _raise_ your opinion of CBS News, not lower it!
I've flown them maybe once or twice. Thankfully we've never experienced anything too bad other than small delays, but the horror stories of the long delays has made me decide I wouldn't fly them again even before I saw the story. I remember an Allegiant flight we took from Austin and when the plane banked, the wing was shaking and flexing more than I'd seen before and the plane was just rattling that it just didn't seem safe. I'm all about saving a few bucks, but I think Frontier is my low cost carrier of choice (and Southwest now that they service CVG, which is only in the last few months).
*Golf clap* for CBS News.
Not if the reporter is knowingly using false documents.
a mistake that alone was horrendous, but nevertheless had zero effect on the complete accuracy of the reporting, go figure.
to add insult to injury, i still watch brian williams every weeknight before switching to colbert - so, there!
Cite (in the case of Allegiant)?
I can't imagine a reporter knowingly using false FAA documents for a national news story in this day and age. Surely, that is easily "fact checked" by Alegiant or anybody else. I also didn't hear Allegiant arguing the documents were false, just that they were outdated (again I would argue that 2017 isn't outdated).
And aired on a network that has always, and still has, much stronger news standards than a self proclaimed entertainment network that calls itself a news network. This the cable network whose biggest name never disclosed the fact that he uses the same attorney as the current President.
Maybe I'm missing something but it seems you have a mechanical issue with your "i" key.
hmm...that is strange.