More from Bobby Caina Calvan…
“I am new to blogging and it was meant to be a diary of my experiences â€” and as a way to avoid writing individual e-mails to friends and family wanting to share in my experiences. Yes, I realize â€” and am embarrassed by naivete â€” that nothing is private on the Web.”
Wow. That a reporter, a purported professional in the information industry would not understand the very medium within which he works, is telling enough. Even more striking is the glimpse he revealed, and then withdrew, into the bias at the root of all his reporting. He may be embarrassed at his naivetÃ© regarding privacy on the web. If he had any awareness about the larger story to his revealing blog post, he would be pained by the shame he now carries for having utterly failed at is profession.
While I don’t see fit to foist as high an honor upon Mr. Calvan as Michelle Malkin, I do regard him as a pushy, arrogant little boy. Bad day for Mr. Calvan. Perhaps this Calvin’s words will be helpful to Bobby:
You know, Hobbes, some days even my lucky rocketship underpants don’t help. – Calvin
As apologies from the MSM go, this one is pretty good. At least, I, the consumer of his post and his reporting, wasn’t accused of “misunderstanding”, “misinterpreting” or otherwise “taking it the wrong way.” Refreshing. Let’s hope he’s a better reporter for having had this experience and figures out how to report the facts in a dozen languages rather than…er…as his bio at the Asian American Journalists Association – Sacramento Chapter states:
At last count, he also knows how to offend people in at least a dozen languages â€“ the list is growing.