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If I was EK I'd go after the Daily Mail, how can they print stories like that, even now, when there are obvious flaws in the photos?
Maybe I'm opening a can of worms
Can't stop media outlets from being idiotic, so unless they really are out with the red paint recklessly, why bother. Besides, what kind of axe does the Daily Mail have to grind with Emirates (as compared to, say, BA)?
It'd be more of a spectacle for EK to litigate against the complainant, but that would be viewed as tyrannical and a SLAPP.
As most have already said.. what a waste of bandwidth that article was.. To waste some more bandwidth i decided to write about how silly that article was... Was going to post the full thing here but its a tad long (i get carried away sometimes).. .. Those interested.. on my blog: InNews: The
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