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Old Apr 3, 14, 6:49 pm   #1
 
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Airline Nonsense at the Huffington Post

Whenever you see the words “alarming secrets” and “airline” in the same headline, you’d better break out the B.S. detector.

Case in point, a recent piece from Huffington Post: “16 Alarming Secrets That Will Change How You Feel About Flying.”


Read my critique here, and let the HuffPo editors know how you feel...!

http://www.askthepilot.com/nonsense-...ffington-post/


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Old Apr 6, 14, 3:24 pm   #2
 
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You should really link to articles you are discussing.

Here is the HuffPo article:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/0...n_5043463.html
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Old Apr 7, 14, 10:45 am   #3
 
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You could delete the word "Airline" and your statement would be no less correct. I do follow their Twitter, though, as they're pretty good/quick at breaking news.
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