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Recently and in the recent past fired TV personalities have stated that their demise was due to pressure from the Liberal left rather than their own improper actions and statements. If these once closely followed opinion providers¬† were really honest about their situations then they would realize that those situations were of their own making during the years they were making their way to the top. Their poor judgement is part of their character and not something that just arose when they became celebrities. There are many of us who have what could be called quirks in their character however more of us realize the difference¬† between what is correct and what is not. These celebrated people have no special dispensation to do their wrongs just because of that celebrity. To protest their plight and blame that plight on someone else is what children do, not supposedly grown up responsible adults. This brings up the question of how much of their on air offerings can we believe? I would offer another question of Why now? Why didn’t these folks attempt to change their ways before, considering their status and the idea that their followers have a high regard for their opinion and would believe what they say on air? There was a time when the people you viewed on TV were people of character and their personal opinions did not enter into what ever information they were giving us. It appears now that the opinion rather than the facts are more important which amounts to misinformation and often outright lies. Why now look at someone else for your failures when you alone could have done better?

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With all of the recent Airlines issues, debacles and physical encounters, you have wonder what is happening with the Airlines? Apparently all of the highly touted Airlines training has changed and become a non factor. I am not a frequent flier and probably will never be however I am becoming more reluctant to use air travel. To begin with, there is the early arrival to begin the screening process and then you are subject potentially an extreme screening involving removing shoes , belts, emptying pockets and removing laptops from bags. This being the law is the first stress point in air travel. The airlines to gain more revenue charges a minimum of $25.00 for the first checked bag up to 50 pounds and more thereafter (this pushes people to pack more in carry-ons). You are limited to a certain size carry on and a certain size for the overhead bin. If you put these initial stress points together you have the beginning of a problem. Add in being bumped from your flight ( especially when you have or are on a connecting flight) and the stress builds. Topper is a rude airline employee at the gate or on the aircraft. All combined factors make air travel more like air terror.

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