Good, Bad, and Ugly

No pun intended?

March 30, 2010


Healthcare reform sorecard?

Was this a typo or was it meant as a pun?


I’d like to claim it was a clever bit of wordplay, but since the actual piece refers to a “scorecard,” then I guess it was a typo. We fixed it: GBU Editor

Born in Washington?

February 9, 2010

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Mei Lan, whose name means “Atlanta Beauty” is a Giant Panda who was born on September 6, 2006, at Zoo Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia. You erroneously reported that she was born in Washington, DC.

Which country was it?

January 21, 2010

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Please re-edit the script in you video…. the reader mentioned the country as should be Malaysia.

Police unmasked?

November 18, 2009

In your video section is a “new” video about the arrest of a top sicilian mafia boss. The title of the video is: Top Sicilian Mafia Boss Arrested.

Volume, volume, volume…

November 12, 2009

The sound or volume of your advertisements are much louder than your news clips. I work in an office and I have to constantly raise the volume to hear the news clip and react quickly to very loud ads.

That’s not how you say it…

September 8, 2009

His name is pronounced Ben-mow-SHAY, not Ben-mosh.


Several readers pointed this out to us. We subsequently redid the narration to get the name right: GBU Editor

Something about Mary

August 19, 2009

In your report the commentator states that it is believed by Christians that Mary ascended into heaven.

Woodrow Wilson or Ronald Reagan?

July 29, 2009

The video you have posted regarding the U.S.-China Strategic Economic Conference incorrectly states that the event is occurring at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC.

Oldest mum?

July 19, 2009

This 69-year-old woman was not the “world’s oldest mum.” My own mother is 83, and I know many other mothers who are older than she is.

The wrong tube…

June 15, 2009

Air France crash focus on speed; search hopes fade

An aviation expert, who declined to be named, said the plane’s airspeed sensors, called pilot tubes, work on air pressure and might provide incorrect readings if they get obstructed by objects such as ice.