August11: I was on a 747 from SFO to NYC in 1998. It suffered a slight but fully disturbing mishap.
JasonOfOrillia: What, is Sky News owned by Rupert Murdoch or something? Oh, wait.
StreetlightInTheGhetto: Shadi: I don't get it. They're dead, so what if you rifle through their stuff? You can see something similar on a popular tv show called "storage wars".Their families are still alive you ass.
August11: italie: August11: I was on a 747 from SFO to NYC in 1998. It suffered a slight but fully disturbing mishap.You had the fish?Ha! No actually we lost an engine while landing, the pilot overcorrected, the starboard engine and wing tip smashed into the tarmac, blew a tire (loud!), lost all power (so dark), and were towed to the gate.It was not reported in the news, or at least nationally.
Delta1212: Murder or Murdoch, which is the worse crime?/legitimate question
dittybopper: drxym: Zenith: well to be fair to Sky News it's not in any way the same league as Fox.The UK has strong regulations to ensure a high standard of news reporting in broadcasting - due impartiality, fairness, accuracy etc.. Sky News would be on the receiving end of massive fines if it pulled the same shiat that US news channels get away with.Sounds like censorship to me.Now, you're going to argue about how it isn't because X, Y, and Z, but as soon as you start imposing "standards" on the media backed up not by civil tort but by government fines, you've got censorship.We have some of the same thing here in the US of course, with the FCC, but you'd never see a news station fined for something like that, it would be more along lines of showing titties over the air or something, so the circumstances where that applies are much narrower.
jehovahs witness protection: Malaysia Air should use the footage to point out the fact that even in the worst situations they didn't lose any luggage.
macross87: StreetlightInTheGhetto: Shadi: I don't get it. They're dead, so what if you rifle through their stuff? You can see something similar on a popular tv show called "storage wars".Their families are still alive you ass.Someone has to rifle through the mess. Either a reporter, a vigilante, or the investigators. The stuff doesn't box itself up and get mailed to next of kin without human help./A person's life is usually not private after death....
macross87: Someone has to rifle through the mess. Either a reporter, a vigilante, or the investigators. The stuff doesn't box itself up and get mailed to next of kin without human help.
macross87: /A person's life is usually not private after death....
MinkeyMan: Sky is owned Rupert Murdoch. I'm suprised the reporter didn't plant a half burnt soft toy of Jesus riding a dinosaur and go on to blame the BBC, poor people, minorities and liberals for the whole thing.
thisisyourbrainonFark: dookdookdook: I assumed the headline meant they found "many" dildos.Same thought. I don't know if I can remember a clusterfark of these proportions.Occam's Razor: Russia "lent," or the rebels seized, a missile system of this caliber, and whoever fired mistakenly thought this was a Ukrainian transport plane. wanted to destabilize the region further allowing Putin an excuse for more "Peacekeeping".
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