My god the Reporter on the scene right now is completely absorbed in himself. He keeps reminding it was HIM that reported the story, and HE brought it to you and he keeps repeating it. He really wants everyone to know guys, that he was the one who originally reported the story. And he's speaking in just such a panic like he's some sort of hero reporting out there. Posted: April 19th, 2013 @ 1:34AM
My internet sense leads me to believe this is fake.
-That ball is way too still considering it's in water.
-I'm sure they saw that stream of water shoot up before, to act so surprised triggers my BS detector.
-The shaky camera angle, then the ball rolling into the hole and the way everyone freaked out. I understand being excited, but it didn't seem like surprised yelling, it just seemed like a lot of senseless yelling like they knew what was going to happen.
When I was in the Marines we decided to play Paintball one day in the woods. It was about an hour of us low crawling and trying to get cover before anyone fired a shot. Posted: December 11th, 2012 @ 9:09PM
This is just awful.
I just got done watching the documentary on him, that dude loved to help children. He's been going to hospitals for sick kids and doing great acts of kindness since he was 16. I really doubt he did anything. Posted: November 12th, 2012 @ 9:29PM
"I love election day because it means an end to the constant intellectually insulting advertising."
I agree with that. It's also completely ruined NPR for me. I never thought I'd switch from NPR to the local pop station and have more intelligence crossing my speakers. Posted: November 6th, 2012 @ 2:00PM