Got Interviewed by a Local Reporter
Well done, Bob.
Congratulations to Ms Lindner on a well-written piece. These stories by local reporters are often error-riddled, so it's nice to see one that gets it right. Maybe it helps that she interviewed the forum's best writer.
Very nice Bob. Very enjoyable article. Thanks for promoting the hobby.
Good job Bob nice article . Sounds like you are bringing smiles where ever your little Ford goes. Joe
Way to Go! Great job at promoting our hobby! Thank you!
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Nice. You gave me a smile after a long day at work!
Great story. Your an ambassador for our hobby,
Great article -- Thanks for sharing it with us.
I think that girl might have a crush on your T.
Very Cool! Bob.
This is going to sound critical, but I did not see any references to the model T club and how much help that the club can be to get someone that is not savvy in T's, the help they would need to get a T and join us.
Just an observation no offense intended.
No offense taken, Andrew. The reporter and I spent a few hours going over everythingóincluding the two major clubsóbut one need keep in mind that this is a very local publication concerned with the immediate neighborhood and the article was, no doubt, targeted to that audience. I suppose space is also limited, which necessitates a concise article.
As Steve pointed out, this kind of story is very often studded with inaccuracies, but Ms. Lindner used the research material I provided and didn't take any of my comments out of context. She was enthusiastic, sincere and very professional.
Local reporters are not the only ones who give error riddled reports. I think that it is a requirement that all reporters have an IQ below 80 to get into journalism school. The news has not been about reporting what is happening for decades, it has become a reality show that cares little about the truth, only about ratings, which is money to them. Reporters all claim that they are upset by school shootings and natural disasters, but that is what they wish for every day, even to the point of making sure that people who lead a meaningless life know that they can have world fame for months if not years just by killing a few people, and they have made it clear that they will make sure that everyone knows how to pronounce the names of those who do their bidding.
Watch BBC World News on PBS if you like a higher standard of journalism.
Our media is all corporate owned, so profits trump truth. More viewers mean more advertising revenue, so attracting viewers is the goal.
You can judge a network's pandering to men by the number of bimbos reading the news.
HAHAHAHAhahahaha I was cracking up when I read the quote "Braking is enhanced by clenching your teeth and opening your eyes as wide as possible, especially when going down hill."