>Talking To The TV

10 May

>Reporter (struggling to ad lib a breaking story live on the scene, someone’s house blazing away in the background): “Firefighters say everyone in the house got out in time. Paramedics are still treating four people in the fire.”

Me: “They should get ’em out of the fire, first! ‘Lady, there’s your problem’ Sheesh!”

It really is harder than it looks — but not as difficult as they make it look sometimes. (And the treated people were, in fact, well away from the burning building).


3 Responses to “>Talking To The TV”

  1. ZerCool 10 May 2011 at 5:17 pm #

    >Dammit, take the high-flow oxygen OUT OF THE BURNING BUILDING. Sheesh.Frickin' Ambulance Drivers – can't beat common sense into 'em with a two-by-four.

  2. Anonymous 11 May 2011 at 3:28 am #

    >People probably just get excited sometimes.Mike James

  3. rickn8or 11 May 2011 at 3:57 am #

    >Sportscasting even more difficult: "Uh, oh. Kowalski's broken his nose. Looks like the same nose he broke last year."

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