Two more beneficiaries of unrestricted access to firearms A Virginia TV reporter and cameraman were shot dead on live TV while reporting in Moneta, Virginia, Wednesday morning, and it is definitely too soon to suggest that maybe all the guns floating around the nation are in any way a bad idea, because that would be ghoulish. Not nearly as ghoulish as the fact that WDBJ reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27, were murdered during a fluff interview about tourism with Vicki Gardner, a Chamber of Commerce spokeswoman, at a shopping center, but pretty ghoulish, so let's not talk about guns, OK? Gardner
who gets paid more? The talent or the one behind the camera?
Droog aversion therapy
I'm pretty sure the clip was played for ratings purposes. Maybe it'll have some meaningful impact, but I doubt it, and I doubt that was fox's intention.
Not sure. I think so. At least 1 online media outlet referred to Adam as a "multi-media journalist" as well. Not sure which sites. I'll try to go through my search history to see if I can find those stories. But we had misinformation here too. Roanoke or other nearby media reported that police were in pursuit of a silver Chevy rental car, driver was the perpatrator - which was not true. Just after the first reports of the shooting, updated news info was that the perp was known and was a disgruntled ex-employee of VA governor McAuliffe. That was not correct either. Sad day. With many more to look forward to.
Jesus ain't never comin' back.
I caught a stray in a no-fail cat trap a couple of months ago. His name is PITA
Also, too: I've wondered if your name had to do with the Wombles of Wimbledon! Now I know : ) Loved that show when I was a wee lassie.
Ya its magazines not clips libtard
: ( pure insanity
He would probably get shot at for being too brown.
Vancouver, BC (pop 603,000) 2013 murders 6Seattle, WA (pop 652,000) 2013 murders 29
If only that was actually beer. Labatts sucks.
It's not the guns' fault though - that just means we need to arm our saviors.
of course, it's never too soon to start talking about repealing the 14th.
And, in keeping with A Clockwork Orange, nothing but the most jingoistic country music to accompany the scenes.