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Katie Couric & Bryant Gumbel Clueless About Internet Videos for Engineers
self-proclaimed wizards of smart in the lamestream news media have once again been exposed. Off-air gaffes and
brazen displays of bias are de rigueur with these idiots who pretend to be intellectual, objective, and neutral
while on air. When they think the cameras and microphones are off, caution is tossed to the wind, the outer skin
is shed, and the true nature comes out. Here we see a pre-show segment of NBC's Today show where clueless
Katie Colic and Bryant Gumball wondering what is this newfangled thing called the Internet, and in particular,
what is the meaning of that funny "@" symbol. Gumball wonders if it means "about." Colic correctly suggests "at."
Sure, it was 1994 and most people had never heard of the Internet, but then most people don't pretend to be the
smartest person in the room. In all fairness, Algore had
not yet stated on CNN in 1999 that he had invented the Internet. Even today most people probably don't know what
the "@" symbol means, and never tell anyone to type a tilde or you'll spend a few minutes directing them on the
Oh, in the spirit of NBC's philosophy of tolerance and bringing the results of investigative reporting to the
world, as it ostensibly does with shows like Dateline, it summarily fired the guy who leaked this video.
The hypocrisy of the elite continues to amaze.
Katie Coric and Bryant Gumbel Wonder What Is the Internet?
Al Gore (aka Algore) claims he "Took the initiative in creating the Internet" (begins at 50 seconds)
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