I recently got one of those BIG flat screen sets…and I still can’t read the fine print at the bottom of some ads. How can they be legal? (I guess because in most cases they are reprinted, hopefully in larger type, in a sales agreement to be signed. Still…)
Thanks to the new set I did learn:
The lawyer in this ad is NOT licensed in Kentucky.
APR (Annual Percentage Rate) for this mattress is 29% (yes, the interest rate on the loan is that high; how can this be legal?)
Needed at closing: $3000. (It may be $199 a month, but…)
Some Buicks cost more than some Mercedes.
You will be entered for a gift card worth “UP TO…$50.” $50 seems hardly too much; what’s “up to?" 10, maybe?
Congrats to WKYT for airing the tenth anniversary memorial for flight 5191 live. This is what local stations should do more of. Full disclosure: KYT is my former employer.
And even more congrats to KET which in a few weeks will observe the 40th year of Comment on Kentucky, one of the nation’s longest running public affairs shows. Thanks to KET, Mark Hebert and Chris Galligan a lot of former hosts (myself included) and panelists and staffers got together to thank Len Press, founder of KET, and Al Smith, host for 30 plus years, for the contributions this program has made to issue discussion in our state.
Then there was the network anchor who, referring to the arrest of 2 drunken pilots in Glasgow, Scotland—before their flight to the USA—called this a “trans-continental” flight. No, that would take it the wrong way, east across Europe. Trans-oceanic is the word.
And, sadly, Charles Osgood will soon leave as host of the top news program on the air..Sunday Morning on CBS. I was a little unhappy when he took over for founder Charles Kuralt, but he proved me wrong and the show’s audience has increased. Good luck to CBS to find another “Charles” as good. May the third time be charm.
I'm just sayin'...