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banquo's_bumble_puppy
2005-Jan-28, 04:42 PM
This subject hasn't come up in a while. What news reporter would you like to see get a ticket on the space shuttle? Too bad Walter Cronkite is as old as he is...my vote is for Miles O'Brien...

Nicolas
2005-Jan-28, 05:09 PM
Is that given the re-entry is a success or a failure? I have 2 lists... :wink:

russ_watters
2005-Jan-28, 05:25 PM
Is that given the re-entry is a success or a failure? I have 2 lists... :wink: Re-entry not attempted.

banquo's_bumble_puppy
2005-Jan-28, 05:32 PM
I said reporters not lawyers....successful of course

Doodler
2005-Jan-28, 06:20 PM
My personal pick would be CNN's Miles O'Brian. He's done a pretty good job of covering NASA missions without sounding like a completely unknowledgable dolt (which more than a few of them manage easily).

The big points in his favor are that he's not a sensationalist. He reports his material without hype. Plus the guy's got name recognition among Trekkies, you can't buy that kind of connection. :)

sarongsong
2005-Jan-29, 01:20 AM
Chris Matthews wouldn't need a microphone... :P

Jigsaw
2005-Jan-29, 01:57 AM
Jane Pauley.

Jigsaw
2005-Jan-29, 02:09 AM
...with re-entry.

I like Jane Pauley.

skrap1r0n
2005-Jan-29, 02:47 AM
Geraldo

Kristophe
2005-Jan-29, 06:09 AM
Geraldo

He could go there to return some Moon rocks, only to find that the Moon is actually made of concrete! Or empty...

Argos
2005-Jan-29, 11:55 AM
Christiane Amanpour, as usual...

zebo-the-fat
2005-Jan-29, 01:32 PM
err...... ME!! :D :D