Wow. Our experiment is off to a great start—let's see if we can finish it off sooner than expected.
On Sunday I watched 60 Minutes and caught their segment about the Tesla Model S. They had some footage of the car zipping along the road, and I was surprised by the throaty rumble it made while it was accelerating. It's an electric car, after all. It shouldn't sound like a Corvette.
Please note: I am, at best, a minor league car guy. I know very little about cars. But the sound of the Tesla S immediately drew my attention. Yesterday, 60 Minutes said it was all a mistake:
Our video editor made an audio editing error in our report about Elon Musk and Tesla last night. We regret the error and it is being corrected online.
This is not really believable. If I noticed this, then a minimum of dozens of people who worked on this segment would have noticed it. Besides, where did the V8-audio come from? Did the video editor just "accidentally" pull some off the shelf and mix it in? Repeatedly?
WTF is going on with 60 Minutes these days?