It’s not hard to imagine an executive producer back in the control room using the CBS Sports director line from the movie Cup, when Kevin Costner’s Roy Mc Avoy was self-destructing on the final hole of the U. We’ll avoid the details, because the true relevance here is Quick’s preparation and sourcing.
Many conservatives on Twitter are calling for him to be fired for allowing Harwood anywhere near the moderator table and not vetting the network better beforehand.
That won’t happen, of course, but if and when it eventually does, mark Oct. The Republicans held their third debate last night.
QUICK: So where did I read this and come up with this you’re — TRUMP: Probably, I don’t know. Moderator 101 stuff: If you’re quoting someone to their face with millions watching, you might want to have the source of where that quote came from at the ready.
Quick did not, even after having weeks to prepare for such a moment.
It was like a lumberyard for steel, which it bought in bulk from distant mills and distributed in smaller amounts, mostly to customers within a hundred-mile radius of Newark.
It sold off its assets in 2008 and later shut down.
Despite the union, the company and its employees got along amicably, and many of them worked there all their lives.
Men moved steel plate and I-beams with cranes that ran on tracks in the floor.
Trucks pulled up to the loading bays and loaded or unloaded, coming and going through the streets of Newark, past the scrap-metal yards and chemical plants and breweries.
In an average year, Grammer, Dempsey & Hudson shipped about twenty thousand tons of steel.
“The questions that you have asked so far in this debate illustrate why the American people do not trust the media. “And if you look at the questions: Donald Trump, are you a comic book villain? And it’s used so often that the impact gets lost (Google any instance the term “liberal mainstream media” has been used in this space, win valuable prizes). The Tax Foundation, which was alluded to earlier, scored your tax plan and concluded that you give nearly twice as much of a gain in after-tax income to the top 1 percent as to people in the middle of the income scale.