It's always unnerving to watch, or read about, a situation with which one is familiar being reported in the media. If they don't distort the facts, they often misspell the names. Then there is the frequent attempt to present news as entertainment, rather than on a purely factual basis. With our news these days mostly being sound bites filtered through different political lenses, in the case of TV, or being taken from Associated Press feeds, in the case of newspapers, you have to wonder what is fact or fiction. My father used to say, "If you believe half of what you read, and a quarter of what you see, you'll be about right", and I suspect there is a lot of truth in that.
@ Mcarden Your father was a very smart man.
I'm glad she did the show, so she could correct all the errors of reporting.
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