Cyclingnews forum, some twit is trying to get TFF banned

Discussion in 'Professional Cycling' started by thunder, Mar 24, 2009.

  1. thunder

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  2. Bro Deal

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  3. thunder

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    I meant, bring influence. Not comic sock puppets. Then again, I went meta on the guy with my own post.
     
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    Bro this is your dream job (or maybe Geoff ?):
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    Work for the world's leading cycling website

    Cyclingnews, the world's leading cycling website, is recruiting writers based in the UK.

    Applicants are required to have a keen interest and thorough knowledge of competitive cycling, as well as editorial or writing experience with excellent English skills. Writers should be competent in producing and subbing reports, news, results and features from the world of cycling, so fluency in a second language is also an advantage, as is experience in journalism, attention to detail and flexibility in hours.

    Applicants may also be required to attend major cycling events. Training in online production techniques can be provided.

    Please send your CV with a covering letter and examples of your work, via e-mail to ................ with "Cyclingnews online writer -" in the subject line.

    Work for the world's leading cycling website

    Cyclingnews, the world's leading cycling website, is recruiting writers based in the UK.

    Applicants are required to have a keen interest and thorough knowledge of competitive cycling, as well as editorial or writing experience with excellent English skills. Writers should be competent in producing and subbing reports, news, results and features from the world of cycling, so fluency in a second language is also an advantage, as is experience in journalism, attention to detail and flexibility in hours.

    Applicants may also be required to attend major cycling events. Training in online production techniques can be provided.

    Please send your CV with a covering letter and examples of your work, via e-mail to.....
     
  5. classic1

    classic1 Well-Known Member

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    They'd be better off employing a decent editor or some fact-checkers IMO.

    I'm not even going to discuss all the farking advertorials.
     
  6. thunder

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    I would think "farking infotainment" for the "top of the town" or the "daily planet" would be improvement.

    *two of the finest houses of ill repute in Melbourne :D
     
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