Someone claiming to be a fact checker for an online publication emailed me asking to verify the seat specifications for first class seats on an airplane because I was once a flight attendant. They claimed to be doing research. Seriously, is hearsay valid for uncovering the truth? No. Go to the airplane seat manufacturer for your answers.
If we are to be considered viable journalists our facts must be reliable rather than rumor. Just my opinion. What do you think?
Well done for getting noticed enough to be contacted! But I do agree with you.
Thanks, Marisa. They contacted me through HP and do not seem to be a HubPages member. I am concerned about replying to their email since that will give them my email address.
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