Mar 20th 2010 10:31AMIn the article it says: "Along with that, the new Touareg attitude changes more than the vehicle as far as the U.S. is concerned: we don't most of the high-tech features new SUV."
What does that sentence mean? What's with all the sloppy writers and editors in these articles?
Mar 12th 2010 10:35AMLooking at the script above, the name "Lindsey" already appeared twice before the crossed out portion. So they were already using it, not changing it. The person Lindsey should be sueing is her "lawyer" for proceeding with this law suit and further damaging her reputation.
Feb 22nd 2010 9:07AMYou wrote: "...she was embarrassed by millions of viewers when 'Bachelor' Jason Mesnick changed his mind..."
Actually, she was embarrassed by Jason, not the viewers.
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