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tednlou2:
I saw this on the news.  I don't care if she had to deal with intoxicated people.  What she asked and implied to this woman was unprofessional, unnecessary, and mean.  I mean, it is Boubon Street!  And, the woman was actually very nice.  It would be different if she was in the middle of an interview with the president or a live report about a death. 

This reporter should be out on leave at the least.  Did not like her smart-ass attitude, and the way she used STDs as a slur.

http://youtu.be/zP4n22Zjx3w

Modified:

This reporter is from an Orlando station.  So, if she can't handle it, she should have turned down the assignment.  I am sure others would have liked the Super Bowl gig.  And, it is disrespectful to behave that way, especially when you're a visitor.  I am surprised many sites and TV shows are siding with the reporter and think she was hilarious. 

red_Dragon888:
not nice at all.

tednlou2:
I guess I am overly sensitive to this or something.  Most who posted on Facebook found it funny and sided with the reporter.  Perhaps those who didn't find it funny just didn't respond. 

bocker3:
Teddy -- you seem more outraged than the woman on air did. 

I thought it was an ingenious way to get her to stop interrupting her spot.  I am assuming it was a live spot, so.............  you want to try and get your 15 seconds of fame, be careful what you wish for.

mecch:

--- Quote from: tednlou2 on February 01, 2013, 03:33:15 PM ---I guess I am overly sensitive to this or something.  Most who posted on Facebook found it funny and sided with the reporter.  Perhaps those who didn't find it funny just didn't respond.

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Nah. I agree with you. It was trashy, offensive, artlessly done, and snotty out of defensiveness. The point of big parties in New Orleans is rowdies and fun.  GF should pull the stick out of her butt and join in.

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