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cousin jeffrey

PostPosted: October 29, 2005 3:17 PM 

Seeing how we may have kinda already had this conversation before, and seeing how Yev is (for some weird reason that nobody knows) giving out 5 imaginary cents to people who bring up old threads, i'll do him one better.

A new thread about an old topic. Not so much a thread to spark new debate, just a link, if anyone's interested, to an article written by Mark Peyser of Newsweek. If you're too lazy, here's a short excerpt that I found particularly amusing:

“Today” has already earned a reputation for the biggest hurricane disaster on TV, thanks to Michelle Kosinski, a reporter who covered one poststorm flood from a canoe. The water was just too deep, she said, to do it any other way. Unfortunately for Kosinski’s reputation, while she was on the air, two men walked into the frame in front of her—yes, walking, because the water was only about ankle deep. Ooops.

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PostPosted: October 29, 2005 3:19 PM 


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PostPosted: October 29, 2005 3:20 PM 

I give up, just do it yourself. Or someone tell me how to put up a link.

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PostPosted: October 30, 2005 12:23 AM 

HERE is a rather famous "link".

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PostPosted: October 30, 2005 12:47 AM 

Link... That cat's all right.

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