Bob and Brooke read from a few of your letters and comments.
Recreating simulation of human beings is difficult for game designers and developers. I'm not sure why Mitt Romney was used in the discussion, but he does have a creepy look and feel. His face is natural to me. The dissonance of two notes is particularly interesting especially in the word timber. Dissonance for Columbus jobs is another topic that I shouldn't even get into (lets talk to Mitt!). Thank you.
Thanks for the comments.
As one who has lived in the Pacific Northwest for many years and is closer to Forks than I care to admit I have seen my share of timber. However also being a musician I have heard my share of timbre(tam-bur) and the two are not related.Blame on your evil twin!Enjoy the show.
Kris Grier (Greer)Port Angeles Washington
Have I ever read a comment on air, or in print, by a principal of it that On the Media does not have an editorial slant?
I printed letters opposed to my views, when I edited a publication, but no one told me that I had to read the ones I didn't like on the radio. Actually, on the radio, I only had to argue on-air with irate callers. I didn't put any of them in a compendium.
Re the letter you read about Mitt Romney - if I make a snarky comment about some politician OTM does a story about, will the Brooke and Bob read it on the air? Or how about a snarky comment about media people who smirk behind their hands on-air while their are denying that they bring a political test to their ostensibly fearless and non-partisan production?
What's that you say? Karen's comments on Romney were just witty, whereas critical comments on liberal political figures are not judged by the public radio sensibility to be clever and 'evolved' enough to read on the air? Oh, well. Just thought I'd ask.
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