I, For One, Etc. of the Day: 50-foot spider caught on camera attacking NASA's Space Shuttle Atlantis.
As for the spider-swallowing myth? False.
XD of the Day: MSNBC analyst and lingual maverick Meghan McCain thinks Mr. and Mrs. Obama deserve "some small emoticon of privacy."
Modicum, emoticon; potato, prosciutto.
Speaking of which, what would an "emoticon of privacy" look like?
On-Air Blooper Prank of the Day: NBC 26 Meteorologist Brian Niznansky will apparently read any old thing that is written on the teleprompter, including, appropriately, a classic quote from Anchorman.
I hereby demand "Anchormaning" become a thing.
On-Air Blooper of the Day: "Don't say assh*le, don't say assh*le, don't say assh*le.
Early Bird Special: TGIF before a long weekend, amirite? Irene knows what I'm talking about.
On-Air Blooper of the Day: Tommy Chong accidentally admits he's high because he's high.
Don't Need A Weatherman of the Day: KTLA meteorologist Henry DiCarlo has an on-air hissy fit after time constraints force the station to cut his forecast.
Surprisingly, neither Chris Schauble nor co-anchor Megan Henderson seize the opportunity to poke fun at DiCarlo for "storming off."
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