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I have just seen the funniest thing I have seen on TV in ages.

Caro on footy classified last night, complained that Eddie interrupted her.

All she does on that show is interrupt the other panellists and talk over them constantly. Eddie snapped back that she interrupts all the time and she didn’t like it.

I couldn’t believe what she said and she is either ignorant of the fact that she interrupts all the time, or she is just stupid and self obsessed, with hearing her own voice all the time.

PS : She still hasn’t apologised to Dees fans for her incorrect slur on our booing of BOG players while they are receiving an award. She is obviously too busy interrupting to listen to what she actually says. Verbal diarrhoea at its best.

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1 minute ago, Demonstone said:

What was the typo?  (Asking for a friend)

I’m his friend. 🙋‍♀️ 
Not seeing a typo anywhere. 

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3 minutes ago, 1964_2 said:

Daily double right there:- defending caro & picking out typo’s on a forum = dominating life. 

Yes, I mean this is coming from someone that his first response to a reply is a vomit emoji because it goes against what that person believes in.

Funny enough, I have no idea what typo you are on about that I think is laughable, it's the fact you think she's vicious.

I'd hate to think your thoughts on Andrew Bolt.

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9 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Yes, I mean this is coming from someone that his first response to a reply is a vomit emoji because it goes against what that person believes in.

Funny enough, I have no idea what typo you are on about that I think is laughable, it's the fact you think she's vicious.

I'd hate to think your thoughts on Andrew Bolt.

You are not alone dd!

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11 minutes ago, Cranky Franky said:

I also agree that she is generally a good journo but at times she gets it badly wrong & she sometimes has double standards.

And her series of articles on the tanking issues was absurd.

 

Agree. Selective and sensationalist reporting at its worst. 

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All journos at that level occasionally get things wrong. I'm not talking about the mistake Redleg mentioned as I do think that was a silly error on her part but if we're talking about calling stories before they break and getting them horribly wrong? Even Sheahan did that.

I don't always agree with her, on some issues I'm completely opposed as a matter of fact but if she isn't one of the best heavy hitters going round then who is? 

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I always liked sports journalism when you just read the article, you didn't have to see the perpetrators.

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2 hours ago, Redleg said:

I have just seen the funniest thing I have seen on TV in ages.

Caro on footy classified last night, complained that Eddie interrupted her.

All she does on that show is interrupt the other panellists and talk over them constantly. Eddie snapped back that she interrupts all the time and she didn’t like it.

I couldn’t believe what she said and she is either ignorant of the fact that she interrupts all the time, or she is just stupid and self obsessed, with hearing her own voice all the time.

PS : She still hasn’t apologised to Dees fans for her incorrect slur on our booing of BOG players while they are receiving an award. She is obviously too busy interrupting to listen to what she actually says. Verbal diarrhoea at its best.

Narcissist

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3 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

I might be on my own here but I actually think Caro is one of the best Journo's going around...

Agree on this DD. Caro is not for the faint hearted and when she is investigating a story re your club it's not a pleasant experience but she is good at her job.

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24 minutes ago, chookrat said:

Agree on this DD. Caro is not for the faint hearted and when she is investigating a story re your club it's not a pleasant experience but she is good at her job.

Agree wholeheartedly.

I have read her articles over the journey about the footy which I've disagreed with. Doesn't mean I can't stand her as a Journo.

He recent article of the Cyril Rioli saga was sad from a story perspective, but brilliantly written.

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