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Oh my goodness!!! Richard Cantu just said "TWO THOUSAND ELEVEN"!!! :-D :-D :-D
...heh heh, just kidding. NO reporter at ABC has said "two thousand
", to my knowledge. I'd love to know why.
Our local radio station carries ABC news, and "America's Radio News Network" powered by Washington Times. ARNN's website declares "Making Breaking and Driving the News". Listen, people, you're only supposed to REPORT the news --- not "make it", not "drive it", not "shape it", not "control it". America has always run on the principle that we can govern OURSELVES, if we're just well informed. But we cannot be informed with Soviet-style-policies like "manipulating the masses" through news control.
This is the complaint about "Twenty-Eleven"; we don't want to be controlled, we don't want to be changed. Just report the news. HONESTLY. And if the majority of people say "Two Thousand Eleven", would it really hurt you reporters to say "Two Thousand Eleven"? Or "Two Thousand Twelve"? It's the underlying
that is the complaint.
"Twenty-Oh-Three" --- when in Two Thousand Three
nobody on the planet
said "Twenty-Oh-Three", is extremely arrogant and offensive.
Serve the people. That is your business. Am I telling you your business? YES! The customer is the "ultimate boss"!