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(Obscure Store)   TV reporter confuses sewage with drinking water in threat demo   ( divider line
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5428 clicks; posted to Main » on 26 Oct 2001 at 11:49 AM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-10-26 11:52:30 AM  
alternate headline: "Reporter has some red drink, sneaks into sewage plant"
2001-10-26 11:54:57 AM  
If they poison our sewage, no one will have any Red Bull or Fresca to drink!

I thought TV reporters were supposed to confuse sewage with news stories?
2001-10-26 12:05:49 PM  
Reporters are such a bunch of farktards!
2001-10-26 12:06:27 PM  
2001-10-26 12:10:22 PM  
Your shiat is not safe, ha ha!
2001-10-26 12:11:01 PM  
If you've ever been to Chicago you know what comes out of the tap and what goes down the toilet usually smells the same.
2001-10-26 12:18:12 PM  
HA HA Farking Jackass
2001-10-26 12:20:59 PM  
ha ha! only in Tennessee! or Iowa - or Maine - or, ahhh forget it
2001-10-26 12:43:28 PM  
Bwahahaha! What a dumbass! There goes his job.
2001-10-26 12:46:15 PM  
Give the guy a break. He was naturally attracted to what most reporters spew daily.
2001-10-26 12:51:10 PM  
poop bomb
2001-10-26 12:59:14 PM  
Water treatment plants, and sewage facilities have distinctly different smells. Good lord, how do you confuse the 2?!
2001-10-26 12:59:22 PM  
So much of the news is sewage anyway, so I'm not surprised he got it wrong. He doesn't know anything else!!
2001-10-26 01:14:34 PM  
Oh no! Don't contaminate our sewage! What would we ever do!
2001-10-26 01:42:44 PM  
That's what he gets for trying to add to the fear and hysteria all over the country right now. I hope he gets to keep his job, and people ridicule him in publicoontil (even after) he retires.
2001-10-26 01:46:53 PM  
From looking at the Fark tagline - "TV reporter confuses sewage with drinking water in threat demo" - I had hoped it would be video of some dumbass reporter taking a gulp from the wrong glass :) Oh, well. Maybe next time!
2001-10-26 01:51:30 PM  
All Your shiat Belong To Us
2001-10-26 02:00:02 PM  
Azrael, I was thinking the same thing.
2001-10-26 02:01:25 PM  
BTW - the Nashville Scene is an excellent indie paper. Much, much better than Nashville's Tennessean (which you can read about further down on the linked page).

You would think that for print media, the chances of getting a smart reporter are better than the chances of same for video media (where pretty counts more).
2001-10-26 02:11:02 PM  

Hahaha. And good point.
2001-10-26 02:35:51 PM  
Mmmmmm, Nutty!
2001-10-26 02:58:39 PM  
"This coffee tastes a bit nutty."
2001-10-26 04:32:03 PM  
I was also hoping for some reporter japscat
2001-10-26 05:31:42 PM  
Fresca is AWFUL SΗΙt! Why would you WANT that crap???
2001-10-26 06:03:18 PM  
someday one of these reporters will get themself shot sneaking whatever... into where ever... they love that story "look! I just brought a hand grenade into a day care! are your children at risk!?" someday someone will catch one sneaking it... and kill them... somehow "I'm a reporter! this is just a thing to prove you suck!" won't work so much.. then they will start showing storys like "day cares have armed guards! what have we come to!?" if someone actually does defend the places they pretend are so vunerable
2001-10-26 08:50:41 PM  
"I've had this taste in my mouth, before."
"Yeah, it does have a bit of a 'wang' to it."
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