Monday, December 11, 2006

In Case You Missed It

Anderson Cooper on 60 Minutes last night:

and Part II:

I'm slightly disappointed I didn't hear him introduce himself at the beginning of the show, but maybe next time, huh?

Thanks, Marie!

4 comentarios:

Jade said...

Thanks for the video!

In regards to this piece, it was an interesting story, I wished he would have dug a little deeper into his hometown and confronted the people who were against him versus the just the VFW guy, and I thought the editing was a little choppy.

For his first actual "60 Minutes" story, I thought it was pretty darn good! Good job Anderson. Looking forward to your next report.

Anonymous said...

This doesn't have to do with the current topic, but I really wanted to order one of the Andy Blankies that Kelly Ripa had on Regis and Kelly on Friday. I tryed to order it today and THEY ARE ALL SOLD OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



christiane said...

The blankies are sold out? What´s next?
The piece was nice, sugar coated, but nice. I agree with Jade, I would have explored more of the community, and even pitch some muslims.

Christiane said...

Thanks Marie!


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