I just saw the following headline in Los Angeles times
Tsunami advisory, issued after 7.9 Alaska earthquake, is canceled
Canceling an earthquake
Why did no one think of that before
The byline for the article suggested to me that possibly the article was offshore outsourced. Of course it could also be an in experienced and they manage staff at the times. either explanation would be understandable given the extraordinary budget pressures at home news organizations face today
Edited by Ardy (06/23/14 09:22 PM)
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