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Dramatic News Reporter Adds Some Much-Needed Excitement to Bus Crash Story
Dramatic News Reporter Adds Some Much-Needed Excitement to Bus Crash Story
Tired of regular, boring, emotionally unavailable news? Well then, this is the video for you because this melodramatic news reporter is very involved with his work. He’s emotional. He’s gesturing wildly. He’s smacking his notepad for emphasis. You really get the sense that it’s not every day a bus crashes into a house in Montgomery County, Maryland. And when one does, it is a BIG deal.
64 Percent Agree With Herman Cain About Media Being ‘Dishonest’ — Survey of the Day
64 Percent Agree With Herman Cain About Media Being ‘Dishonest’ — Survey of the Day
Embattled presidential candidate Herman Cain recently stated, “There are too many people in the media who are downright dishonest,” and Mediabistro had to see if people agreed. The site’s survey asked 1,179 registered voters if they sided with Cain’s view on the media, and 64 percent of respondents did.
Toot’n Totum and Local Media Help the Fire Victims
Toot’n Totum and Local Media Help the Fire Victims
Toot’n Totum and Local Media Help the Fire Victims February 28, 2011 --- Toot’n Totum and the Amarillo media have joined together to raise funds for victims of the February 27th fires in the Texas Panhandle. Beginning tonight, cash and check donations will be accepted at all 62 Toot’n Totum locations, including Borger, and 100% of the money collected will go to help those affected by this d