Posted 4/9/2012 11:03 pm
I think Kat is just mad that he has entered the circle of doom and can't escape and must attack those like him to give some thoughts to him being different yet it is not working.
Posted 4/9/2012 11:06 pm
Well it has been fun Kat but I must be off to render some animation and fix some textures as that is the calling for the night but never fear for you like us shall return upon these pages to post what you seem to think or argue about but remember "Farting into the wind is always a smelly affair"
sorry for restarting this but there are like 5 pages since i checked this thread friday and most of it Kat related, whoever/whatever you are Kat congratulations for being the easter bunny of the moment
I would say maybe but more likely is the fact that people do have other things going in their life and searching for the truth or whatever people are here to find takes a back seat to life at least I hope because if you putting off life to stay up with the minute by minute posts on this board or any board you have some serious issues that I think have been addressed here by the OCD guy.
Posted 4/10/2012 1:34 pm
With the passing of Mike Wallace one of the news medias toughest and fearless reporters at the Godfather of 60 min. Would he have handled the Lara Logan interview on 60 min. in a different way and maybe asks some tougher questions of Lara and her film crew, that would have settled the matter once and for all and ended any speculation. Would Lara herself in hindsight do things differently? It's unfortunate to see Lara struggle in her career and it must be frustrating to her to be known as the fearless war reporter that just went too far.
The interview was done in a manner that CBS bigwigs and their legal team wanted it done. It was not an investigative report but more a public relations piece intended to rehabilitate one of CBS's star reporters. Remember, CBS never even wanted to report this story in the first place. They only did so when it became clear that AP and others were going to report the assault. The interview allowed CBS to continue to control story and tell the story in the way they wanted it told. If Wallace was unwilling to agree to the guidelines laid down by his employer CBS then he never would have been selected to do the interview.
Posted 4/10/2012 5:42 pm
"...While covering the Egyptian uprisings in Cairos Tahrir Square, American journalist Lara Logan, found herself surrounded by an angry mob of men and spirited away from her CBS film crew. She was viciously stripped and suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault. In her testimony, she spoke of learning to live with the triggers of trauma, unwelome flashbacks, incapacitating anxiety and, nightmares and/or fears, joining many other women who have suffered violence. She pointed out how difficult the healing process can be even when trying to maintain a positive attitude.
What keeps her going? Like so many others, it is the people shes met along the way. She thinks about the strength it has taken for others to go on after their families have been massacred, or, those who live in countries where they cant speak out at all.
She recalled one woman in Africa who was raped and disemboweled, who said she had to live because she wasnt going to give her attackers everything. Lara Logan knows in part, how that woman felt. She had her own brutal experience. She has her own memories and emotions to deal with. Thats part of what drives her today. She chose to take back her power, believe in her own destiny, and refuses to be defined by the attack. So, STANDeven if it takes everything in you, because the last word is yours, and you are worth it!..."
Posted 4/10/2012 5:44 pm
"...And yet, for some reason, the U.S. Administration is giving a Billion.5 tax dollars to the very people who enslave and mutilate women??? I understand why this might be kept quiet, but do you know how many paychecks i had taxed to come up with a billion and half dollars?!"