Often, it’s our job as journalists to take highly technical information and relay it in a way that can be understood by the average reader. Ummm, mission accomplished…
I was a journalist, humor columnist, writer and editor at Siuslaw News for 23 years. The next chapter in my own writer’s journey is helping other writers prepare their manuscript for the road ahead. I'm married to the perfect woman, have four great kids, and a tenuous grip on my sanity...
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21 thoughts on “Another sterling example of investigative journalism…”
LOL….oh, NOW I get it….thanks Ned!! 😛
Yep, just doin’ my job 😉
Man, I hope they pay your for what you’re worth. 😀
Hahaha! Rest assured, that is the case! 🙂
Well I never!
Thanks to this, I now know what to call those creepy little winged things when I show their bite marks to the doc. What a savior!
That’s why I love what I do. And by that I mean educating the public, not biting people…
No one has a better grasp of the obvious than you, Ned. Well done.
And all this time I was worried I was losing my grasp. Thanks for the affirmation!
i love everything about this
Thanks 🙂 I’ve heard of newspapers being asked to “dumb-down” the writing to appeal to a broader readership, but YIKES! I hope that’s not an indicator of what’s to come. If so, it won’t be long until we’re writing in rhyme: “Uranium was found in North Korea, officials said they had no idea. They’re sending an ambassador right away, before a big boom ruins everyone’s day.”
in today’s ny post:
“Pistorius was born without fibula bones and had them amputated when he was 11 months old.”
Hahahaha! That’s why I love picking on them, and the now defunct Weekly World News. Thanks for sharing that 🙂
Deserves a pullet sir!
I defiantly eggree.
I don’t get it???
I thought bugs flying around with wings are…pigs! 🙂
Ahhh — That would explain the giant swatters I saw!
That broke my brain.
Welcome to my life… 😉