Buffalopundit PSA

5 Dec

If you’re on your way to the police office to run an errand, it’s best not to carjack someone on the way there.

2 Responses to “Buffalopundit PSA”

  1. BobbyCat December 6, 2007 at 8:48 am #

    I’m having a hard time understanding this web site. Example: A photo of city street, a man standing beside a cab facing two cars, some kind of explosions. There is no caption – no explanation of the photo. The headline says “Buffalo Pundit PSA”- meaning Public Service Announcment, I guess, but I don’t understand the reference. The reader should not have to decifer a photo. Either it speaks for itself or the caption explains it. But I still don’t know what I am looking at.

    Other examples abound. I see lines of cryptic abbreviations littering the screen but I don’t know what they mean. I see lines of information without punctuation. Maybe punctuation (especially commas) are not cool, but they really serve an essential purpose – they make writing readable.

    This web site looks like a building under construction. It’s ugly (another story) and much too difficult to navigate, understand or even read.

    Final irony: I tried to find the correct link to send this comment, but could not find it.
    Some basic, old fashioned journalism is needed.

  2. Buffalopundit December 6, 2007 at 9:20 am #

    “BuffaloPundit PSA: If you’re on your way to the police office to run an errand, it’s best not to carjack someone on the way there.”

    – The bluish text is a hyperlink that takes you to the story I’m commenting on.

    – The picture depicts the main character in the video game “Grand Theft Auto III” carjacking someone while shooting a gun. It’s a carjacking post, and that’s the carjacking picture I selected, being a fan of the GTA (Grand Theft Auto) series.

    – As for the lack of punctuation, I’m not getting what you’re talking about. Perhaps you could be more specific.

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