Pretty much any pun works here. Runs. Filling it up. Fast break. Dribble. From the Nov. 23, 2013, edition of the Memphis Commercial Appeal. Source: @MaryM3587
I’ve found a “thing” — media baiting with storm photos featuring subtle Photoshop alterations. Edit your UGC photos carefully folks, lest aliens (bottom), bigfoot (bottom) or a sign cautioning drivers to watch out for farmers having sex with cows (top) grace your websites and airwaves. That means you, CBS 2 Chicago and NBC 13 Indianapolis. From WBBM and WTHR on Nov. 16, 2013. Sources: Eric Weddle for the aliens/bigfoot and cow sex via Deadspin.
Come now. How rare can photos of JFK at a bar really be? From WGN’s website, wgntv.com, on NDN on Nov. 15, 2013. Source: Screenshot of original.
One might call this an error. I might call it the best dummy text ever. Although, Samuel L. Ipsum is pretty fab, too. And yeah, Deadspin noticed. From the Detroit News’s website, DetroitNews.com, on Nov. 12, 2013. Source: Screenshot of original.
Without doubt, that is both elderly and inspirational. And hey, it has a tail. From the Nov. 13, 2013, edition of the Chicago Tribune. Source: Photo of original.
I mean, I’m shocked this could happen to Fox News. That Penny Pritzker headline is like months old. Quality control has really slipped. And no, Fox says is wasn’t hacked. It was routine maintenance, a rep told Mashable. If that’s maintenance, I can’t wait to see a full-blown Anonymous assault. From FoxNews.com on Nov. 6, 2013. Source: Screenshot of original.
To keep score, that’s one fewer social media coordinator at the Atlanta Journal Constitution and one more at Fox News. From @ajc, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s official Twitter account, on Oct. 23, 2013. Source: Shared file.
We need a new category of hazmat to cover a fiery shit down at an oil refinery. Or maybe that’s just a Level No. 2. From the ChicagoTribune.com on Oct. 24, 2013. Source: Screenshot of original.
Apparently, the giant hornets are big enough to sting people in Hong Kong all the from Rio. The end days, they are upon us. From CNN on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013. Source: MSNBC producer @traciglee