Nancy Cordes, Michael Shear, and Jonathan Martin discuss with Howard Kurtz the difficulties of covering the debate.
Thinking about lore and legends You may rleacl my mention of witnessing the apparition of the black dog in the Catskills. It wasn't until after I'd seen it that I remembered and was reminded that it's a Catskills legend like the old man in the mountains. So I'm wondering now if I saw it does that make it a legend, which are generally fictions, or factual, as in this thing really exists, it really happened, and to more than one person. I believe that the more time one spends in the area of activity the more likely one is to witness the claims if they are true and accurate. It's sort of like luck there's really no such thing just those who are more observant (as in finding money on the ground) or more active (such as winning at Bingo).
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