During the singing of the US national anthem at a Buffalo Bills game, the giant 100 yard long US flag that was being waved by soldiers on the field ended up ripping in half.
Most likely because it couldn’t handle the sheer amount of patriotism emanating from the field. USA! USA! USA!
In all honesty, though, this violates so many of the US Flag Codes. SO MANY.
Don’t you just hate it when you’re doing the afternoon broadcast and you accidentally forget to close out the browsers of all those sexy bikini pictures you were looking at on break?
Jens Riewa knows what I’m talking about. TGIF, amirite Jens?
Detroit WDIV-TV reporter Lauren Podell was on local assignment and seemed to be having some technical difficulties. Unfortunately, Podell was completely unaware that her audio was live during that difficult moment and she managed to blast Detroit with a pretty frustrated F-bomb.
But it’s Detroit. It’s not like no one there has ever heard that word before.
This is a case of being stuck between sand and a rolling tide.
On the Australian adventure show All 4 Adventures (because living in Australia apparently isn’t adventure enough), Jase and Simon venture out along the coast in search of new fishing spots. One of their trucks, however, gets stuck in the sand just as the tide starts rolling in. The closest help is six hours away, so they have to pull the truck out themselves.
And that’s when shit really hits the fan.
Unfortunately, we never find out what happens, because it’s part of the new season airing end of November. All we know from watching this is that they’re pretty much screwed.
You’re on Wheel of Fortune and you practically have the entire puzzle solved. You’ve just grabbed the $1 million triangle off the wheel. There’s only one letter missing and you know what letter it is. So you go to solve.
Unfortunately, you’re so excited that you completely mispronounce the entire phrase. And it costs you $1 million.
Did Wheel of Fortune and Pat Sajak do the right thing or did that guy just get screwed out of $1 million?