(4 pm. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

thank God, Diane Sawyer was on the tube with this breaking news:  the Italian Judge reading the verdict in Amanda Knox’ trial.  She was the young woman being held for murder in Italy for 3 years – a terrible thing.  I’m glad she’s freed.  however,

has ABC shown much of what’s going on in Wall Street rallies.  ???  I don’t watch much MSM, so I don’t know but I don’t think so.

As I said to the News Department which I just called:  Diane Sawyer who was trembling with excitement when we bombed Iraq now tops her career with this piece of spectacular news.

Are you covering the kids being beat up by NYC cops?  ’cause Russian TV is and the world has seen it.

Anyone got a valium?


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    • Xanthe on October 3, 2011 at 10:08 pm

    that has nothing to do with it – I just heard breaking news from the kitchen and ran into the living room and there was a breathless Diane Sawyer.

    OMG – are we bombing someone I thought and no  — this is what was on.

    • TMC on October 4, 2011 at 12:17 am

    You would think that with the imminent collapse of the Greek economy that will have a devastating effect worldwide and the stock market tanking, there would be something more important to interrupt “General Hospital”.

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad she was exonerated and can come home and I feel bad for the family who lost a child but, damn, she’s not a head of state or anyone of any real importance. This could have waited for GH to finish. Meh, I miss the days of Luke & Laura but I do get an occasional kick out of Sonny

    • TMC on October 4, 2011 at 10:42 pm

    Will we ever see a full episode?  

  1. Broken News?  News Broken?

    So sorry to hear your GH’s emission was interrupted — pity!

    Whoops, accidentally misread “Diane Sawyer who was trembling with excrement when we bombed Iraq . . . . !”

    Hummmm . . . . “how long has this been going on? . . . . .

    Can’t help but to think about the heralded ice cream and cake celebration of a birthday, while Louisianians floated down the streets . . . dead . . . in Katrina’s wake!

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