Over the past several years, it has been said that the national news media has died. The choices that the national news media makes in which stories it reports has not been beyond reproach.
Some people haven’t noticed the change at all yet, and most likely never will. These people haven’t changed their style of clothing or way of thinking since they were seventeen years old. Most of them have been in a drug induced mental monsoon haze for a long, long time. In fact, one of them actually reported seeing several interplanetary flying saucers (IFSs), and tried to convince our paper to investigate–which, of course, we did (see sports report below).
So what is this “Action 8 Reports” all about? The ad link takes you to the “intercontinental t1 combi commerce” page with the title “(my home town and state), Work At Home Jobs (EXPOSED): We investigated work at home jobs and what we found may shock you…”As Seen On: NBC, ABC, CNN, Fox News, New York Times”.” The report is supposedly written by Sarah Mack Action 8 Reports Investigative Correspondent and posted with today’s date. We don’t have an Action 8 or a Sarah Mack working at our local News 8 station. So already we have several red flags that indicate this is not legit.
If you compare the cost of the GPS system to the cost and hassle of trying to recover a stolen car, it would seem to be a very cheap bargain. The system allows the owner to sleep in peace at night. The owner does not have to live in constant fear of having his car stolen. Moreover, even if it is stolen, the owner knows exactly where to find it.
This may sound strange, but many people do feel intense guilt during tragic times. People have to do something, anything to help. This is normal. Even so, one can carry this too far. Taking any action, even small action, is enough. There is no need to lament about not being able to do more. Just remember that many other people want to help too. If everyone does just a little, then each person’s “little,” combines to form a lot of help.
News articles typically begin with a lead (the point of the article), the facts (supporting information), and then the background information (background info and interviews). This is pretty standard among most publications.
While in town Allen noticed a TV in the general story about The Phantoms of Identity Theft invading peoples lives. He watched and listened intently as the news anchor reported loss of money, fraudulent mortgages and stolen equity in life insurance.
As you compare car insurance, remember to get a policy that will give you what you need and deliver a low cost option. While it is important to have the right level of cover, adding too many extras can really sky-rocket your fees, making your premiums too high to handle. Seek out companies that will give you things like roadside assistance free when you choose to insure through them. Avoid tacking on extras that you will probably never use, and come out the winner when you compare car insurance.