Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Aruba Girl, Time To Move On

I can not tell you how tired I am, of hearing about the girl that is missing in Aruba. The networks have bitten off more than they can chew, with this one. They started it and now they do not know how to get out of it. There are hundreds of missing people, around this country, why do they not talk about them? If your child went missing would they spend so much time trying to find them? Texas search teams, etc.

I thought so.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree totally. The media are competing in this journalistic "magazine" style. I feel for the families, on both sides, but we don't have to disect every word. Also...we have to allow a country with different laws to do their job. What you didn't mention is, this family is well off and can bring in search teams...what about the people that can't do what they can? It just makes me madder than hell!

6/28/2005 05:25:00 PM  
Blogger HayWire said...

If the missing girl in Aruba were a not so attractive band geek, do you think the national media would have given her more than about 2 seconds of airtime?
No. Just goes to show you that the mainstream media's world revolves around what sells, not what's in the public's best interest (I seem to recall the FCC saying something about that when they issue broadcast licenses).

6/28/2005 11:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i feel for the woman in aruba looking for her daughter the aruba people need to do more than they are, i think they know who did it and is protecting them. thats one island i don't want to go to. to the people who is tired of hearing it turn the channel or turn the tv off, what if it was your daughter or son would you keep hunting like this woman or give up. those three boys and the judge know whats going on they are all involved. they think that they will get by but, god will punish the evil ones and i hope its soon.

8/12/2005 08:03:00 AM  

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