1. I loved that too. Three tragic stories back-to-back-to-back. They could have lucked out with a laughable top story (like anything done by congress), but fate was conspiring against them apparently.

      1. “Ma’am, I’m sorry, I believe I have run over your five-day forecast.”
        “Oh god. What did it look like?”
        “Cloudy, with a good chance of rain, clearing up by the weekend. Highs in the mid-fifties.”
        “Oh, you must be mistaken. That’s not my five-day forecast, thank god.”
        “Sorry to bother you, ma’am.”

  1. It appears that the weather person is preparing graphics at the last minute, and is in too much of a hurry to notice that his/her work is on air instead of in draft mode. It would take about half a minute for the director to figure out what was going on, another half minute to realize that the weather person isn’t paying attention, and one more minute to physically walk over to that cubby and beat the crap out of him/her.

    I used to work at a local TV station.

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