Bad day to be in Joliet, but a worse day to be in charge of weather maps. From CBS 2 Chicago’s newscast on April 4, 2014. Source: @UngerSam
Now that’s good access to the search for the missing plane, but I’m not sure crews are looking in the right spot. That looks like warm water, and it’s pretty shallow — much like the decision NOT to suspend that ad. Updated: The NYT did later suspend the campaign.
Yeah, the headline’s special. But personally, I’m smitten with the giant logo in the banner, perfect for those who can’t find the URL in the browser. From the Tazewell Star in Tazewell County, Va. Source: Screenshot of original.
Good call. Just pretty much slap Zimmerman’s mug on every Florida crime story … that’s not Casey Anthony. The story’s CNN, but the mug appears is unsourced from elsewhere. From Google search page on Feb. 17, 2014. Source: Screenshot of original.
Well, I suspect there could be more embarrassing browser histories than PornHub, like One Direction fan sites or Bon Jovi lyrics. But why were they also searching “ex”? From WGN-TV’s Feb. 11, 2014, broadcast via GIANTclouds on Reddit. Source: Imgur.
Well, it’s nice to see this made another recent social media appearance. First, yes, it really is from WGN, But, second, it was from a joke segment. Third, tho it was intended to be a joke, it’s just not funny. It’s still sexist and uncomfortable. From WGN-TV’s YouTube account. Source: Screenshot of video.
Here’s one way to deal with all the blah blah blah in the news: Create a page for it. From LATimes.com. Source: Screenshot of original.
I laud this honesty. Not everyone can be a “legend” or an “icon.” Hard decisions must be made. I mean, here, SFGate.com applied the same judgment and applied the moniker “legend” to three high school basketball players. America’s first child star and a diplomat to boot? Not a legend. Dude who played 5 seasons in the NBA, averaging 3.6 points per game: legend. Well played. From SFGate.com on Feb. 11, 2014. Source: JimRomenesko.com.