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I am in no way being disrespectful when saying my heart goes out to all the innocent victims and families this tragedy has created. The amount of resources being sent to look for something that I my opinion, isn't there, it's over there! Is truly unprecedented.
But. . . I have reached my limit with all the major MSM folks over how much airtime they have given to this one incident. When the tsunami hit Japan it wasn't broadcasted for this long or to this extent. Honestly, I can't remember anything being on all the time, for a month. That on top of the three stooges methodology of forensic investigation, in trying to find the damn thing in the first place, has driven me to the point of slamming my head into a wall!
Am I missing something here???
I know we need to find it. It's important to the families for closure, it's important to rule out mechanical failure for future airlines and it's important given the terrorist scenario. But on CNN they have rented out a simulator for a month to try to figure out what happened. The instructor looks as if he is going to hijack his own simulator and shoot his CNN co-pilot in the head if asked one more time to do some ridiculously pointless maneuver that's not even applicable because it's a simulator!
No need to answer this thread if you don't want to, I just had to let that out!
Thank you all
Because 239 families want to bury their loved ones. Callous much?
What in your great estimation should they be covering?