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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Jakedog, Apr 17, 2015.
ESPN would do well in getting rid of some of the blonde air heads they have on the air!
That's it. They probably call it something else these days, Larry, but it was the dozens, or ranking, in our time.
she looks cuter in the video than anything else
she should do those undercover reports
busting crappy businesses
My guess is, this isn't the first time Ms McHenry has acted this way. Just a hunch.
I work in a high school.
Sadly, I see worse than that most days.
Kids* model their behavior on what they see at home, school, on the street corner, and in the media.
Behavior like that is learned.
*adults as well
Can't stress this enough. I've seen parents who don't know the first thing about class and humility. Their kids end up being clones. People like that would find nothing disturbing about the behavior of this snot rag.
What really bothers me here is I just read through all this instead of the new book I started on earlier today.
What if you had to be that lady's S.O.? That would make for some fun arguments.
Some poor bastard probably lives with that!
She wasn't just responding, she was generating.
I honestly don't get who she is or why we care? Nothing there at all?
Neither am I. We truly don't know what happened here because, as has been said, of the horribly spliced video. I couldn't watch one piece of the video before it quickly moved to another place in the conversation.
TDPRI keeping it classy.
Giving her the verbals!
I have never in 65 years seen a cashier/customer service rep start up with a customer. I have seen numerous customers behave abusively.
I'd bet you the blonde fired the first shot here and the cashier came right back at her.
You might well be right but just because the victim wanted to vent her frustration shouldn't allow the (apparently) snaggle toothed fatty behind the glass to join in the fun and then whip out her edit to the world. These tow companies have no class on any level.
Brave new world... (s)he who holds the camera, holds the power. Maybe if the 'victim' reporter felt she was being treated rudely, she should have begun filming also?
Interesting concept. We can't be far from a world where everyone has a camera recording their POV 24/7.
So it's ok to call her and ugly, low class POS and demand she be fired based on her comments to someone who obviously was giving as much as she got ,if not more since the clerk edited out her own comments?
In other words, all you classy fellas are responding in kind to what you see as bad behavior with bad behavior of your own.
We'll see who started it when the full tape comes out. Again, McHenry apologized on Twitter, not blaming edits or accusing the employee of starting it. Once started, I don't blame the employee one bit for dishing some back.
Bottom line: When you're a highly paid TV personality you need to protect your brand. Be smart when interacting with the unwashed public. Your reputation is everything.