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Topic # 30994 28-Feb-2009 19:30
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Did anyone see this on One News tonight?


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  Reply # 198560 28-Feb-2009 20:05
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  Reply # 198615 1-Mar-2009 14:19
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LMAO, thought she was gonna stop mid-sentence in shock!!  "Dam it, i knew i forgot to do something at 5.30!!!


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Reply # 198619 1-Mar-2009 14:47
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Good, one!

Funniest one I ever saw was in the mid 80's when a newsreader apologised and said they hadn't been able to get the graphics sorted out, but he had a chart to show.  He leant over to one side and reached under the desk...

There was a sliding noise then the crash of glass shattering on the floor.  Without missing a beat, he sat up straight and said "well that appears to have broken the dry spell".

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  Reply # 198692 2-Mar-2009 08:18
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At least she didn't let it faze her, just a very, very slight pause/stutter but she kept going.

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