...can't exactly list the ingredients of a proper bomb if the wannabe has the right components...
but then I've seen the media say some abysmally ignorant things about firearms - good thing journalists aren't judges and law enforcement - or any other useful occupation really.
Yeah, they can't even get the news right most of the time.
Back in the day (60's) when I was studying to be a Journalist up to and until the point when the journalism instructor, who also advised the campus newspaper, to me to rewrite a story I had covered giving a slant that was not applicable by the group involved in the news making. I refused to write a column that warped the news event into a propoganda blurb. My son had the same experience a few years ago, different college, different instructor, different era, same state of affairs.
It is the Editor's with an agenda that has corrupted journalism to the point that not even the journalist understands what true journalism is any more.
Or as the interviewee said to the reporter, "You have no eithics!"
To which the reporter replied, "Give me 24 hours, I'm sure I can buy some somewhere."