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January 17, 2007

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Yeah, news on a Fox affiliate != Fox News. Moron.

NBlack

If you're going to slam me with no subtlety whatsoever, it'd be nice if you had the guts to actually use your name--or at least an alias. But, point taken. I inadvertantly left out the approprite descriptors when I dashed off the post and will make the appropriate modification.

Eddie

Could it be they just made an error? Something we humans do all the time. Why does everything always have to have an ulterior motive. I can't tell you how many "whoops" moments I've seen on Fox and other networks but that happens all the time. Methinks you and anyone else outraged over this are trying to make something out of nothing. Just my $.02.

Here's a couple of my favorite screwups from your favorite network:

Mistakes Happen 1

Mistakes Happen 2

Enjoy!

NBlack

Eddie,

It's entirely possible that you're right. It may very well have been an innocent mistake. I'm just a bit cynical when it come to that sort of thing. So, my gut feeling is that it wasn't a mistake, but I could be wrong.

And, those video clips were pretty funny. Thanks for sharing.

(I love YouTube!)

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