Terry Moran covered Hurricane Sandy for Nighline, canoeing around Seaside Heights, New Jersey, visiting the "refugees." There is a chance he may have gone over the top in covering the story. Political analyst Ben Mankiewicz (Host, Turner Classic Movies) and comedian Jimmy Dore break it down on The Jimmy Dore show.
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Man, TJDS has gotten soooooooo much better since it was introduced, that shitty canned laugh they used to have, the awkward editing they had for a while... this is is really good now, and Ben is a perfect fit.
They didn't say they could do better, nor did they insinuate that they could. You animosity appears to be misplaced, the reporting that has been done has been shit, it deserves to be criticized. Do you think the reporting was sufficient? By most of the accounts I would answer "no", they don't seem to want to actually report on anything as in it is too dirty for them. It may as well be a reporter with a green screen, it was sloppy.
Unsubbed. Why don't you pussies come down here and do a story then?
At least that guy came down.
So your story is about another news station's story?
Weak sauce. And Jimmy Dore isn't funny. He's just above tolerable.
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