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Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" will put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For December 29, 2010, Gov. Chris Christie and Mayor Mike Bloomberg are criticized for their blizzard response, are now responding.
• New Jersey Governor Christie is on vacation with his family in Disney World, and his lieutenant governor is on vacation as well. Responding to critics, a Christie spokesperson said: "It was Christmas week; his kids were home from school. It was a family vacation. The response to the storm has been the same as it would be under any circumstances." New York City Mayor Bloomberg is also being criticized for his clean-up response, and he responded yesterday as well.
• The storm continues stranding travelers. From CNN: "Representatives from AirTran, American, Continental, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue, United, U.S. Airways, Spirit and Southwest reported a total of at least 9,726 trips were called off due to weather since Saturday. Of those, at least 1,335 flights were canceled on Tuesday as major airports across the region slowly got back to normal."
• Several skiers were injured on a lift at Sugarloaf Resort in Maine. From CNN: "More than 200 people were trapped up to 90 minutes and as many as nine were injured, officials said."
• One of the lead actresses in "Spider Man" is departing the production, adding to the list of production snags for the expensive Broadway musical. The show, still yet to open, is still dealing with fall out from a major injury sustained by a stunt actor earlier this month.
• The "Kennedy Center Honors" aired last night – and Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney and others were honored. Chris Rock got jokes in at the expense of some of the honorees, as well as President Obama, who was in attendance.
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I still do not understand why CNN hired a Brit. I really don't care about his qualifications. They should have hired an American journalist who knows America. I'm sure there are hundreds of American journalists that could have been hired to replace Mr King.
I for one will not watch and hope all Americans tune him out. Maybe CNN will learn a lesson.
My question is how many ugrnsiips is it going to take to change the opinions and the greed of the mass consumer class?, gimme gimme gimme has been the catch cry for thousands of years, class has absolutely nothing to do money and vice versa.How many tsunami's and earth quakes does it take to change a mentality?I guess I will answer it myself, one strong brave individual at a time, that has the nouse backbone, and impetus to stand up to the very very boring status quo.I think people should flood the parliaments worldwide,with personal manifesto's (Tastefully done my dear's of course ) they would soon get sick of shredding lol and maybe actually open one.A manifesto Tsunami !!!cheers
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