reply to post by crankySamurai
I like this guy's ideas. I just wish that, as a writer, he'd learn that segue is spelled "segue", and not "segueway". I'm beginning to think
it's around one in 370 self-described "writers" who pain themselves with the process of word-selection. And that pain and process define a
Don't know why that annoys me worse than a frog in my undies, but it does.
We often see the flicker effect here on ATS. It's what occurs when something so outlandish and unexplainable happens, that we actually forget about
it until someone reminds us of it. When we can't explain something, we either go pit-bull trying to understand, or we practically erase it from our
memories. The media and journalism have absolutely no accountability - not professionally, not ethically, and certainly not socially.
Back in college, a good friend's father worked for Clinton, and they'd traveled together to an event also attended by Tom Brokaw. Seated together,
Tom stopped by their table after leaving a closed press room to say "It's a shame we can't report on most of what just went on in there."