TinkyWinky - 12:18 pm on Feb 17, 2010 (gmt 0)
Yeah, but there are limits to what bad PR can do for you (in positive terms)
Agree to some extent, something like this could be (and almost deinfitely will be) tomorrow's chip paper (UK saying... sorry).
Why? Because there's lots more far more newsworthy stories out there that will be tomorrow's headlines. They have not 'damaged' or 'hurt' joe public, not financially and not physically which is the key.
The issues we are talking about here are issues that the average punter (or dare I say it the lowest common denominator) either don't really understand or don't care about - it's why they have got quite so far as they already have with the extraordinary ease with which they have.
A very large proportion of the media have a lot to take the rap for IMO - the media have only just started to really get to grips with the full implications of what 'promoting' G is actually doing for the average citizen.
So G has had a lot of free airtime for a long time.