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Levertis Steele says
Hi Levertis Steele,
Interesting point you make about experienced cussers. I don't so I'm always intrigued at any point when someone curses in public. But you're right it probably would've happened again.
Hopefully he can learn from this.
Glimmer Twin Fan says
Excellent point. I think it should be on a case by case basis. Some people reveal themselves to be unqualified early while others manage to mask it.
Keith Abt says
Hi FatFreddys Cat,
I forgot about our friends at the FCC. Hopefully if he can get another job he'll be better prepared.
I dunno, I feel for the guy, but if he can't handle the pressure of appearing on live TV in North Dakota (!!), what chance does he have anywhere else? Haha.
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Stephanie Henkel says
From your perspective it makes sense. Especially since this is a job where you show your face to the public. The same goes for anyone in customer service.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
Yeah television news is definitely a politically correct arena and I imagine they still have to fight for viewers tooth and nail.
Thanks for responding.
Linda Bilyeu says
I know exactly what you mean. I did broadcasting in high school and so many of the kids doing it had no presence. He was one of them. Maybe he should just produce or direct where you can say those words and not get fired.
Thanks for sharing your answer, iburmaster.
It's hard to cover an on-camera F-bomb. Otherwise, I'd say give him a chance if it was stuttering or mispronunciation. Hopefully he learned his lesson.
Dianna Mendez says
Great point teaches12345, he really should've thought before he spoke. Thank you so much for coming by and answering!
Tim Mitchell says
Interesting ketage. I think being an employer makes you see things a little differently than just being the employee.
I think you're definitely right that everyone does make mistakes the first day.
Sinclair Miller III says
Thanks for your response!
Thanks for sharing kristykmr1993.