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May 8, 2012
producermatthew:

Massive Military Mistake: The U.S. Defense Department admitted on Monday that an airstrike in Afghanistan three days earlier accidentally killed a mother and her five children. The airstrike mistakenly targeted a family home in the Sangin district, according to the New York Times. The strike was in retaliation for a Taliban attack, the paper said. The regional commander, Maj. Gen. Charles Gurganus, is expected to issue a formal apology for the strike in a few days. [Photo: AP]
New York Times: U.S. confirms Afghan strike that killed mom, children

Feels like the U.S. is stepping on eggshells after prior incidents hurt their rep in the region.

producermatthew:

Massive Military Mistake: The U.S. Defense Department admitted on Monday that an airstrike in Afghanistan three days earlier accidentally killed a mother and her five children. The airstrike mistakenly targeted a family home in the Sangin district, according to the New York Times. The strike was in retaliation for a Taliban attack, the paper said. The regional commander, Maj. Gen. Charles Gurganus, is expected to issue a formal apology for the strike in a few days. [Photo: AP]

New York Times: U.S. confirms Afghan strike that killed mom, children

Feels like the U.S. is stepping on eggshells after prior incidents hurt their rep in the region.

15:22 // 1 year ago
June 13, 2011
futurejournalismproject:

Miami Herald Runs Macy’s Ad Congratulating Heat On Winning NBA Title

​As if reading the Sports section didn’t suck enough for Heat fans this morning, Miami Herald readers opened their paper to find a nearly full-page ad reading “Congratulations Miami!” next to photos of Heat championship T-shirts and hats from Macy’s. (“Raise Another Banner” — ughhhhh.)

Via blogs.miaminewtimes.com 

The best part about this is that there was no possible way that the Heat would’ve won last night, because they were down 3-2.

futurejournalismproject:

Miami Herald Runs Macy’s Ad Congratulating Heat On Winning NBA Title

As if reading the Sports section didn’t suck enough for Heat fans this morning, Miami Herald readers opened their paper to find a nearly full-page ad reading “Congratulations Miami!” next to photos of Heat championship T-shirts and hats from Macy’s. (“Raise Another Banner” — ughhhhh.)

Via blogs.miaminewtimes.com 

The best part about this is that there was no possible way that the Heat would’ve won last night, because they were down 3-2.

(via futurejournalismproject)

11:55 // 2 years ago