Dear Media Outlets,
It has come to our attention at Airliners.net that we know more about aviation than some of your so-called "aviation experts." However, we rely on much of your reporting to prompt our discussions, and because of the difficulty of finding accurate reports, many of our discussions devolve into "s/he doesn't know what s/he's talking about" when referring to your experts.
In order to remedy this situation, we offer ourselves as replacement hires for your aviation experts. We promise to know everything there is about an aircraft, the company that owns and/or operates it, and the entire history of disasters and mishaps associated with the aircraft and company. Furthermore, we promise our expert ability to immediately and precisely identify the make, model, registration number, and manufacturer's serial/line number of any aircraft involved, plus all possible causes and the single factor responsible for the accident within five minutes of viewing the usual shaky, grainy video taken in less-than-optimal atmospheric and lighting conditions, completely unfazed by the drama, shock and/or horror unfolding in front of us.
NOBODY at A.net
Go ahead, try to be more accurate. We can make fun of them as much as we want, but it's a difficult job no matter what.
Up, up and away!