I suspect there will be few takers at $129 for red-splattered sweatshit. From the Chicago Tribune on Sept. 15, 2015. Source: Screenshot of original.
ISIS can probably handle Arkansas, but there’s no way they can take ‘Bama. Smart money on the Tide and its plan to take out the Islamic State. From @AP Politics Twitter account on Sept. 10, 2014. Source: Screenshot of original.
The “steer” in that photo would be Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn. From ChicagoTribune.com on Aug. 13, 2014. Source: Screenshot of original.
So, Fox News, Robin Williams’ final films “hang” in the balance? Couldn’t find a better verb or tired cliche? Words mean things. And in this case, they mean you’re fucking clueless. From Fox News on Aug. 12, 2014. Source: Screenshot of original
Sure, at first blush having the post-it ad for a funeral home and creamation service atop the Robin Williams obit seems unfortunate. Then you realize it might have been atop the “secret execution team” article. From The Tennessean on Aug. 12, 2014. Source: Shared file.
Man, I can’t wait for Rush Limbaugh to start screaming about “anchor Muppets” next. From Reuters on ChicagoTribune.com on Aug. 6, 2014. Source: Screenshot of original.
So, a Louis Slungpue was on air via phone with the anchors of KABC-TV in Los Angeles to inform the public that massive flooding on the UCLA campus was caused by “either a cherry bomb” or that “someone took a really large dump.” Let the cherry bombings begin. From KABC-TV channel 7 on July 29, 2014. Source: rjames38 YouTube channel.
My old enemy, Richard Marx. I always suspected you capable of evil than just the damage caused by your singing. From CNN email alerts on June 6, 2014. Source: Screenshots of originals.
I may be a few credits shy of my NTSB investigator degree, but I feel confident that the wreckage wasn’t found in the mail. From the DailyHerald.com on July 24, 2014. Source: Screenshot of original.
Dear WSJ, easy on those sports metaphors. I think The Nine pitched the shutout not POTUS. From the Wall Street Journal on June 26„ 2014. Source: Shared file.