davidl on August 22nd, 2008

Now I have never said that a blonde can’t be smart.   Here is one smart blonde.  Note what Ms Walsh does just prior to asking permssion to make a statement. Aside, if Ms Walsh wishes to pursue a career in journalism, I’d reccomend she not send her resumes to the New York Times, Times, CNN […]

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Eric Florack on June 7th, 2008

From ESPN: Jim McKay, 86, a longtime television sports journalist, has died of natural causes in Maryland, according to a statement from the McKay family. McKay is best known for hosting “ABC’s Wide World of Sports” and 12 Olympic Games. McKay won numerous awards for journalism, including the George Polk Memorial Award and two Emmys […]

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Eric Florack on May 29th, 2008

I remarked yesterday here about the supposed death of journalism and how I’m not all wrapped up in it. I decided that perhaps a personal perspective is required to exaplin myself; Me at OTB yesterday: -1- You may or may not know I used to work in radio, from the early 70’s to about 1987. […]

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davidl on May 12th, 2008

Tim Eberly of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution really needs to learn some journalism basics: A 24-year-old man shot and killed a teenage intruder Friday after the youth and some other juveniles tried to break into the his northwest Atlanta home, police said. The shooting occurred around 1:15 p.m. at 1426 Hawkins St., off Chappell Road, police said. The […]

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