Now that summer is in full swing, I’m ready to turn on this show so I can enjoy it, and more importantly, share it with you. I’ve been enjoying this show for a while now, and I really appreciate it.
This show is for anyone who wants to hear the latest news about the city, and its inhabitants. From the latest crime reports to the newest celebrity rumors, the city is updated every day. It’s a weekly show where we bring you the latest news from the city’s residents, as well as the latest news about the city itself.
The first two weeks of the show have been pretty much the standard. We’ve had some big stories in the last few days. The city of Chicago announced that the new, safer bike lanes are now open in areas where the city has previously banned them. The city of Houston now grants you the ability to get your own dog tags, and you can get them with your picture on it.
Of course, if youre a fan of the game then you already know that the only real news we bring in the show is the news. We don’t bring in new stories and we don’t really talk about the city itself either. We do however bring in the most important thing, a news story or two.
Our news team is made up of a group of reporters and editors who come together at the end of the day to cover the most important events in the city without asking everyone for permission. One of our most recent stories was a story you probably were reading or watching on TV. A bunch of people were getting married in the city and as the newly married couple were walking up to the newlyweds they got hit from behind by a car (and the bride was completely unaware of the accident).
We don’t usually call such stories “accidents,” but the reporter, who was also a reporter at our sister station in the area, was a bit of a jerk to the couple and the police, who were just trying to get the couple to get out of the way of the car before it hit them. They did not want to lose their coverage, so they asked the people in the car to get out and get the bride to get out of the way.
I can’t say I blame the reporter. I’m sure he was just trying to get his facts straight for the public.
I’ve been a reporter for 20 years and I have never once been called out on a story just for asking questions. If I have to explain something to a local, it is generally because I have information that is factually wrong. I also have never been called out on a story just because I did not like the way the reporter did it. After reading the report, I could not believe that the reporter did not just ask the couple questions.
I don’t understand how people can think the reporter should have just asked the couple questions. They are clearly from a higher standard than they are.
It’s not that the reporter did not ask a couple questions. She asked the couple questions, but it’s because her report was so detailed (and it was not the first time she was doing the same thing) that she didn’t need to do any further investigating.