Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by Tony Ric » Wed, 02 Apr 2003 02:45:16




Quote:
> Heraldo Rivera:  Kicked out of Iraq

> Peter Arnet:  Fired, and told to stay there.

Sure enough:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A57936-2003Mar31.html
or
http://tinyurl.com/8iu1

So here's a question for you RSFCkers.  Arnet, traitor or just a dumbass,
or somewhere in between.

Part of every war today is psychological warfare and he arguably gave "aid
and comfort" to the enemy psychologically.

 
 
 

Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by PrinceGunt » Wed, 02 Apr 2003 03:01:54

Quote:
>Subject: Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

>Date: 3/31/03 11:45 AM Central Standard Time



>> Heraldo Rivera:  Kicked out of Iraq

>> Peter Arnet:  Fired, and told to stay there.

>Sure enough:

>http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A57936-2003Mar31.html
>or
>http://tinyurl.com/8iu1

>So here's a question for you RSFCkers.  Arnet, traitor or just a dumbass,
>or somewhere in between.

Three words: Stockholm Syndrome.

Arnet is still employed... just not by NBC.  He's still working on a story
about the war's effects on civilians for National Geographic.

 
 
 

Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by Ike » Wed, 02 Apr 2003 03:04:07

Quote:



> > Heraldo Rivera:  Kicked out of Iraq

> > Peter Arnet:  Fired, and told to stay there.

> Sure enough:

> http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A57936-2003Mar31.html
> or
> http://tinyurl.com/8iu1

> So here's a question for you RSFCkers.  Arnet, traitor or just a dumbass,
> or somewhere in between.

> Part of every war today is psychological warfare and he arguably gave "aid
> and comfort" to the enemy psychologically.

See "Lord Haw Haw".

--
Yrs, Ike
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Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by Clockwork Orang » Wed, 02 Apr 2003 03:34:51


(PrinceGunter)?

Quote:
>>> Peter Arnet:  Fired, and told to stay there.

>>Sure enough:

>>http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A57936-2003Mar31.ht
>>ml or
>>http://tinyurl.com/8iu1

>>So here's a question for you RSFCkers.  Arnet, traitor or just a
>>dumbass, or somewhere in between.

> Three words: Stockholm Syndrome.

> Arnet is still employed... just not by NBC.  He's still working
> on a story about the war's effects on civilians for National
> Geographic.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/

Check again.

--
Cheers,
--Jeff
Let's Go Orange!

Read the FAQ. It was wrote for idots like yew.
http://www.rsfckers.com/faq.htm

 
 
 

Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by PrinceGunt » Wed, 02 Apr 2003 03:40:12

Quote:
>Subject: Re: Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

>Date: 3/31/03 12:34 PM Central Standard Time


>(PrinceGunter)?

>>>> Peter Arnet:  Fired, and told to stay there.

>>>Sure enough:

>>>http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A57936-2003Mar31.ht
>>>ml or
>>>http://tinyurl.com/8iu1

>>>So here's a question for you RSFCkers.  Arnet, traitor or just a
>>>dumbass, or somewhere in between.

>> Three words: Stockholm Syndrome.

>> Arnet is still employed... just not by NBC.  He's still working
>> on a story about the war's effects on civilians for National
>> Geographic.

>http://news.nationalgeographic.com/

>Check again.

Dayum!
 
 
 

Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by Mark Hast » Wed, 02 Apr 2003 04:02:08

There is water at the bottom of the ocean, Clockwork Orange

Quote:

>(PrinceGunter)?

>>>> Peter Arnet:  Fired, and told to stay there.

>>>Sure enough:

>>>http://SportToday.org/
>>>ml or
>>>http://SportToday.org/

>>>So here's a question for you RSFCkers.  Arnet, traitor or just a
>>>dumbass, or somewhere in between.

>> Three words: Stockholm Syndrome.

>> Arnet is still employed... just not by NBC.  He's still working
>> on a story about the war's effects on civilians for National
>> Geographic.

>http://SportToday.org/

"Busted flat in Baghdad . . ."

--mh

------

The Bemu***t Park: http://SportToday.org/

"Whenever I slips up and puts in some incorrectal word, or
grammars the mangle, I get a postcard from the League of
Permanently Puckered Grammar Scolds which corrects my
miswordable prose. I've no idea who they are, but they
strike me as the sort of folks who hang around mattress
stores so they can correct people's use of 'lay' and 'lie.'"
--James Lileks

 
 
 

Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by Trent Woodru » Wed, 02 Apr 2003 09:26:10

Quote:
>Tony Rice was cut from the Baylor football team for saying...
>So here's a question for you RSFCkers.  Arnet, traitor or just a dumbass,
>or somewhere in between.
>Part of every war today is psychological warfare and he arguably gave "aid
>and comfort" to the enemy psychologically.

My personal opinion is that he's a dumnass who unintentionally gave
aid and comfort.

Trent

There are 10 types of people in the world.  Those that understand binary and those that don't.

 
 
 

Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by Jeffrey Davi » Wed, 02 Apr 2003 11:09:58

Quote:

>>Tony Rice was cut from the Baylor football team for saying...

>>So here's a question for you RSFCkers.  Arnet, traitor or just a dumbass,
>>or somewhere in between.
>>Part of every war today is psychological warfare and he arguably gave "aid
>>and comfort" to the enemy psychologically.

> My personal opinion is that he's a dumnass who unintentionally gave
> aid and comfort.

I'll preface this with a confession that until this flap I'd never seen
the guy and have 0 knowledge of him. When I saw a picture of him, the
first thing I thought was "***ic". For all I know, he's a teetotler.

--

saved it, but we were too damn cheap and lazy."

 
 
 

Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by a.. » Wed, 02 Apr 2003 22:24:42

Quote:



> > Heraldo Rivera:  Kicked out of Iraq

> > Peter Arnet:  Fired, and told to stay there.

> Sure enough:

> http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A57936-2003Mar31.html
> or
> http://tinyurl.com/8iu1

> So here's a question for you RSFCkers.  Arnet, traitor or just a dumbass,
> or somewhere in between.

> Part of every war today is psychological warfare and he arguably gave "aid
> and comfort" to the enemy psychologically.

"I want to apologize to NBC, MSNBC, National Geographic EXPLORER
and..."

...all the other companies that were paying me for standing in front
of a camera and sharing my opinions.

I wish I weren't so stupid to have been unable to recognize that 3,
THREE!, companies were paying me for doing the same thing.

DAMMIT!

a.

 
 
 

Peter Arnet's career enters 10-3-39

Post by Dav » Thu, 03 Apr 2003 16:56:29

Quote:

>I'll preface this with a confession that until this flap I'd never seen
>the guy and have 0 knowledge of him. When I saw a picture of him, the
>first thing I thought was "***ic". For all I know, he's a teetotler.

Teetotling reporter?

Dave Becker