Anyway, I looked around for more contestants for the Aaron Hernandez award (I really need an acronym for this, because the A-H award is lacking in class, and I don't like "the Herny"). Perhaps none better than Hernandez itself, who apparently has been not only telling buddies that he did it, but apparently a little extra diligence has shown that an SUV allegedly involved in ANOTHER Boston double murder was rented at the time by... you guessed it.
Oh, excuse me, I gotta take care of something real quick. BRB!
Okay, I'm back. I had to find out about this:
|LAURIE K EASTERDAY|
Our records indicate your scheduled trial has been cancelled. You DO NOT NEED TO REPORT to the Allen Superior and Circuit Courts at this time. You may be summoned again one additional time during your current term of service.
Yep, Laurie will be glad to know she got outta that one.
Okay, back to the not too intelligent. I was reading the article on FoxNews about the tragic train derailment and explosion in Quebec this weekend. And I was hoping to give you proof that somebody messed up, vis-à-vis this headline:
The president and CEO of the company that owns the train that derailed and exploded in Quebec town on Saturday says an employee failed to set the brakes...
Nor did it contain:
He (Edward Burkhardt, president and CEO of the railway's parent company, Rail World, Inc.) said Wednesday that a train engineer has been suspended without pay.
"I think he did something wrong. It's hard to explain why someone didn't do something," Burkhardt said. "We think he applied some hand brakes but the question is did he apply enough of them. He said he applied 11 hand brakes we think that's not true. Initially we believed him but now we don't."
And note the bold print word that was not in this paragraph:
Flanked by reporters at Montreal's Trudeau airport Tuesday evening, Burkhardt also suggested firefighters who extinguished an earlier fire on the same train shared some of the blame.
"We have responsibility for this incident. We don't have total responsibility but we have partial responsibility," Burkhardt said in remarks broadcast on CTV.
I guess FoxNews gets some points; at least they figured out they dropped the parts that matched the headline. So, when I read the article, it seemed the only ones getting blamed by Burkhardt were the local fire department. I also noticed a comment about Burkhardt being afraid to come to Quebec without wearing a flack jacket- a pretty tasteless comment which now appears to have disappeared from the internet altogether- was replaced with:
Burkhardt, who arrived with a police escort, was heckled by angry residents said that he had stayed in Chicago to deal with the crisis in his office, where he was better able to communicate with insurers and officials in different places during what he described as 20-hour work days.
After searching all over the net, I finally found a CBS News article where it hadn't been purged.
Edward Burkhardt, president and CEO of the railway's parent company, Rail World Inc., was headed to Lac-Megantic Wednesday, his first visit to disaster site since the accident. In earlier media interviews, the Illinois-based Burkhardt had said he figured he'd have to wear a bullet-proof vest to the town.
According to blogger A League Of Ordinary Gentlemen, the Canadian branch of Burkhardt's company wrote the comment off to "it's just his way, he has a dark sense of humor." Apparently the way the "joke" played in Quebec convinced FoxNews- and a lot of others- that it just wasn't funny.
|Yeah, 60 people missing... 30 buildings destroyed... doesn't look funny to me.|
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