Re: Oh, The Horror!
In article <%QI_d.45966$ZO2.12258@edtnps84>, Merc
> Can't we email them and tell them they f**ked up?
Sure. What's their email?
> "Wound Up" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > CobraJet wrote:
> > > Those of you that had the good sense to celebrate St. Patrick's Day
> > > (the patron saint of egotistical news site regurgitators) in a bar with
> > > the Speed Channel onscreen may have caught the Mustangs featured on
> > > American Muscle Car.
> > >
> > > Yes, we were treated to some nice Stangs in action, including
> > > burnouts and such (too bad the sound was turned off) as well as engine
> > > closeups. But what the Hell is this? A spec page (screen?) on the "1969
> > > 351 Cleveland?" Holy moly rings, Batman! And, did you know it had Boss
> > > heads on it? AArrgghghgh!
> > I watched it, too. I was very, very disappointed.
> > > Is nothing proofed any more? The endless mistakes in the print mags
> > > are bad enough, but this is unforgiveable. To make matters worse, there
> > > was an interview with Tom Shaw, noted auto writer. How could he have
> > > his name associated with this disaster? How could he not know his hair
> > > and beard went out of style 25 years ago?
> > There were other problems, like saying 1971 was the first year speed
> > control was available. After the '69 Cleve mention, I paid closer
> > attention. It was rife with little omissions and errors. And here
> > these guys are, like you said, sitting there, complicit.
> > >
> > > I hope the '69 Cleve deal gets them a ton of email.
> > >
> > Me too. I hope each and every mistake brings them a deluge of people
> > saying, "IDIOTS!!"
> > --
> > Wound Up
> > ThunderSnake #65