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Bingo.  You hit the nail on the head, Jim.  Dog bites man is not news.  Man bites dog IS news.

"No one gets it faster, there coverage can't be beat, and if another woman driver gets machine gunned in the street they'll send some joker with a Brownie and you'll see it all complete"....(Frank Zappa on the Watts Riots).

Gotta keep it short... I'm learning the GIMP.
Andrew L.
 

ShayDguy@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 11/19/00 8:37:25 PM Eastern Standard Time,
seabeth@heart.net writes:

<< but when it is flaunted like clinton did how can we help but hear about
it!  >>

The answer to this is to look at history:

Eisenhower had his "secretary"

JFK boffed anything with skirts--in or out of the white house (Maybe thats
why he had a bad back!)

Johnson had "friends" all over.

etc. etc.

The difference is that in times past the media was respectful of privacy.
Now anything goes--just to get a story and beat the competition.  Don't even
have to have the facts right--just print something.

Welcome to the 21st century

Jim
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