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Discussion in 'The OT' started by Richard King, Jul 10, 2005.
Next weekend could be interesting. :barf:
I think I dated Emily's sister. It was a whirlwind romance.
I just spit my drink all over my monitor. :lol:
Last time she visted the states it wasn't so bad. Hopefully she is still in a relatively good mood 12 years later.
Let's just hope only Fox News gets the rights to cover this storm so some people won't be so inconvenienced.
Hopefully Fox News has spent the bucks to get exclusive coverage rights on this one. Actually, I thought Fox News' coverage of Dennis wasn't very good. They have room to improve on Emily.
That woud be a relief after Francis and Jeanne.
I try not to wish bad things on people but man, Geraldo Rivera flying across the sky would have made my night! :lol:
Our local Fox channel usually does a really good job with the VIPER RADAR and what not but we watched CNN and a few others.
The beginning of the downfall of Fox News. What a waste of humanity.
When he was on I started joking that he should draw in the sand and show us where he was and where the hurricane was......I thought it was funny. :lol:
Geraldo and Jesse Jackson should team up for coverage of Emily. :lol: Geraldo can stage a NDE (near death experience) where a piece of debris narrowly misses his head. Sorta like the fake NDE he staged in Iraq a few years ago.
Will Anderson Cooper be in the middle of this one like Dennis. I bet they were pooping in their pants when the Ramada sign went whoosh!
:thats: Dude, that's funny :lol: Thanks for the visual - NOT!
It was cool when the Ramada sign was doing a high-five 360º victory dance before it crashed to the ground. Indisputable proof that God has a sense (not sence) of humor. :lol:
thrown at him by his cameraman.
Who does indeed hit him in the head! :lol:
Ah, I was laughing so hard at those jokers. :lol: I was hoping that one of them would slip up and say something bad - like, "oh, $#!&.
No, by the MSNBC crew on the otherside of the building. LOL!
They actually caught the sign falling apart and coming down from the other side perspective. While Anderson was hiding in the corner of the building the MSNBC crew and female reporter were out in the line of fire reporting. I was fascinated how each network skillfully edited out the other crew from both the camera angles and the post work.