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Fox News’ coverage of the missing AirAsia plane can sure be interesting — like host Anna Kooiman asking a genuine aviation expert whether foreign pilots getting trained in the metric system instead of our good old American miles might have contributed to a disaster (that happened overseas in the first place).

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