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I've never watched a second of her Fox Show--isn't it pretty much the Missimng White Women Hour?

Hey, Mew - get this straight. Greta is providing a needed public service. A very, very, very needed public service. Maybe you don't read her emails from people who have family members who are missing. It's an epidemic. She wants to help these people very, very much. You must be one of those journalists who only want to throw stones. Those jouranlists don't want to help solve the problem. As for the white woman comment, I guess you didn't know that her show devoted time to the disappearance of LaToyia Figueroa. She had to do right by Figueroa's suffering family. The beginning of her blog entry which explains the decision to cover the Figueroa story will give you some insight. Insight is very good:

By the time you read this, we will be "on the road" — but thankfully, not by air... really "on the road." I am "over" sitting on orange plastic chairs at a gate waiting for my flight to be called. So it is with great pleasure that I jump in a car with my colleagues and head to Philly!

Washington, D.C. is not that far from Philly — about 130 miles — but we are likely to run into traffic outside D.C., outside Baltimore and outside Philadelphia. And, if we are real lucky, we will hit that same traffic in reverse — Philly, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. — on our way back.

She's a saint doing a job that sneering print journalists just don't want to do.

"That trip felt more like a month than a week. A month is longer than a week. But not as long as two years. And that's how old her blog is."

Genius.

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