I do know what you mean, Lotus but I highly doubt that CNN would cover a "story" like that. SNA would though, probably.
We all need to reflect and look in the "mirror" and sometimes what we reflect, imagine, or look upon, is "ugly".
You're a Lotus Flower though, so you thrive in the "muck" and always will!
Speaking of muck, we just avoided a "major" snow storm today.
I'm with DP
We've had enough.
Well, you know what I mean, Rollingstoned...they could have been involved with some real action, CNN could have done a story about them doing some good.
Instead they are angry at the "mirror".
It's great that you work for a News station. Much better than a political office.
"May be the Pleven politicians can do a TV story covering some rescue action locally (when there is one)!"
What would the Plevin politicians do with said, TV story? (when there is one)
Play it on CCTV or on "WPLV in Plevin"?
I doubt that they have the world coverage that CNN does.
I am just glad that I work for a TV station and not for a political organization who produces their own "news".
Nothing to "cry out" about. Real people and real situations. I am sure the report intended to show how this crisis has impacted real lives
To those politicians: This isn't the time to worry about appearances but to form a quick local plan on how to help the families immediately.
Only corrupt third world politicians will spend time on protesting their image. May be the Pleven politicians can do a TV story covering some rescue action locally (when there is one)!
Have you seen the video?
It does show an ugly view of Bulgaria, with several people huddled in front of an electric stove for heat, a crowded and dirty apartment, people hanging out the windows yelling, etc.
Christian Amanpur is good and brave, she is always in dangerous places, but she only reports on the Muslim issues and she is seeing them as victims rather than what they really are - terrorists. She is supposed to be fair and balanced and unbiased. She has got a pro-Muslim bias.
"He (TOTLEBEN, EDUARD IVANOVIC) planned the siege of Pleven in the later Russo-Turkish War (1877вЂ“78) and subsequently received the command of the entire Russian army and was created a count."
Too bad the guy had a name you don't fancy. Still, to Bulgarians he was a hero and they named a street after him "(hey" for past generation). There are many streets in Sofia that are named after foreigners who had done something good for us.
Get my drift? lol
P.S. Maybe you should read about the Russo-Turkish War and the Liberation of BG. Many monuments in Bulgaria were built to commemorate the great event.
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