|simon666 - 2018-12-30 |
|kingofthenothing - 2018-12-31 |
I looked the story up, because I mean, fallen police officer and all.
"The patrol car was pushed into the vehicle she had stopped and became engulfed in flames with Detective Mengedoht trapped inside."
Christ. That's some Hollywood assassination plot shit right there.
|Robin Kestrel - 2018-12-31 |
Do you want her to look good, or be able to read?
|love - 2018-12-31 |
That's genuinely awful.
Joey and Marky Megadoodoo have announced that they will keep the band going.
|casualcollapse - 2018-12-31 |
The news reporter is supposedly responding in the YouTube comments
which is awesome because the comments are a bunch of doo doo jokes
"her partner MajorPeePee is ok"
|TeenerTot - 2018-12-31 |
Do news readers not prepare at all?
This is from a Canadian angle, but apparently not. This media criticism podcast shows how one company does a bunch of "local" news recordings on-the-fly with lots of fuckups:
anchors get the scripts and never read them beforehand
|duck&cover - 2018-12-31 |
Bye, Officer Pigshit.
Maybe duck&cover was suggesting this is kind what the news anchor was expressing in calling the officer DeeDee Megadoodo when talking about her homicide.
Bingo, simon666. Maybe I shouldn't have called her pigshit, but it's not that much worse than what the news anchor said.
|Binro the Heretic - 2018-12-31 |
That's... That's bad.
I can't even come up with a snarky joke.
|Hooker - 2019-01-01 |
Looking into this story, there's actually a sensible explanation for what happens in this video. It turns out that "DeeDee" was the nickname the late officer went by and "Mega Doodoo" is an understandable slight intentionally made by the anchor due to her mistrust of police officers as a result of her upbringing in a poor, inner-city neighborhood.
|exy - 2019-01-02 |
I know what to name my next RPG character, at least.
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