Tynder Vittles 
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Re: “Air Canada Loses Medina Woman's Dog, Sends Startling Email In Response

She didn't seek out the media. The media sought her out. If people are going to lay blame, at least make sure you have your facts straight, considering the article is ... oh... RIGHT ABOVE the comment box. [Did ANYONE pass English? Damn. ] It was a mistake on the part of someone trying to do a good deed and not have the pup facilitate him/herself in the carrier, and naturally being a greyhound--the dog skee-daddled. That was thoughtful of that person to not have the dog crap itself. However, it WAS callous what Fitzpatrick said. And it was HIS mistake for not paying attention to emails and just sent things all *willy-nilly*. Now he may be out of a job. Not good PR. I do believe the media (even though it IS sh*tty and places more of a concern on M.C's skanky actions and who's preggers in Hollyweird than anything else) cannot just do 24 hours of politics. We have MSNBC, FOX News, CNN, CSPANs 1, 2, and 3 and even Sunday morning Bobbleheads ( I mean talking heads .. not the band), and every other blasted thing to remind us that Congress is rather fracked. Any reporter's job is to get a story that no one else has... no matter how little. Everyone and their damn cousin is talking about the government, even the drunks at the bar. And it wasn't even about a lost dog... it was about the fact that SOMEONE'S DYING WISH was for an animal to go to a good home and the airline biffed it. Who knows. Maybe someone thought that bringing the story out might help someone locate the animal. Hopefully it wasnt killed. There's a serious lack of compassion in this world with everyone trying to be the first sphincter to cast judgments.

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Posted by Tynder Vittles on 10/11/2013 at 10:06 PM


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