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(Deadline)   While reporting on the dangerous California mudslides and reminding people to exercise caution while standing in mud, NBC correspondent Miguel Almaguer was swept away by mud, necessitating a rescue by fire crews   (deadline.com) divider line 25
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2014-03-01 07:52:12 PM
disappointed in not seeing any reporter get swept away or rescued.
 
2014-03-01 08:15:42 PM
His common sense was swept away, but that's of little consolation....
 
2014-03-01 08:18:51 PM
Good.....If you try to report something by being in the middle of it you deserve whatever you get.....

/I hate the reporters that drive around the city during a storm
//You're contributing to the problem by being in the way
 
2014-03-01 08:30:18 PM
He was warning people what would happen if they were an idiot like him. Good job, I say!
 
2014-03-01 08:40:26 PM
Roger Mudd would never do anything that stupid.
 
2014-03-01 08:57:06 PM
I hope one day soon, one of these retarded correspondents dies on air from doing something this stupid.
 
2014-03-01 08:57:24 PM
Would never happen to a FoxNews reporter.

/those massive bootstraps and self-pulling
 
2014-03-01 09:27:55 PM

Surool: I hope one day soon, one of these retarded correspondents dies on air from doing something this stupid.


I just hope they don't take any SAR personnel or firefighters with them, stupid motherf*ckers.
 
2014-03-01 09:52:52 PM

Surool: I hope one day soon, one of these retarded correspondents dies on air from doing something this stupid.


Naw dude.

True he was mighty stewpid, but I don't wanna see anyone die.

BTW that big rig hangin off the bridge was here in Bako at the junction of Highway 58 and Highway 99. Happened just a bit before 8AM.
 
2014-03-01 10:52:19 PM
Somewhere, Jim Cantorie is slowly shaking his head.
 
2014-03-01 10:54:31 PM

LoneWolf343: Somewhere, Jim Cantorie is slowly shaking his head.


He's in Chicago, playin' in the snow at the hockey game...
 
2014-03-01 10:56:13 PM
Now that's what I call a sticky situation.
 
2014-03-01 11:25:37 PM
They can't show people dying on TV, therefore news correspondents are immortal.
 
2014-03-01 11:45:19 PM
He didn't get swept away, he just got stuck and had to be pulled out.

/FTFA
//for shame, subby.  for shame
 
2014-03-02 12:17:34 AM
that's why i live in NorCal
 
2014-03-02 12:43:00 AM
Farking idiot.
 
2014-03-02 12:44:48 AM
L.A. is having a drought... and most of their rain runoff just flows into the ocean? Couldn't someone figure out a way of, I dunno, channeling it into storage basins or something?
 
2014-03-02 01:25:18 AM

JonnyBGoode: L.A. is having a drought... and most of their rain runoff just flows into the ocean? Couldn't someone figure out a way of, I dunno, channeling it into storage basins or something?


O_o

Have you ever actually looked at L.A., dude? What you suggest would require removing most of Los Angeles. It's the concrete and asphalt that's causing all the problems, that and the flood control channels the rivers have been diverted into. Unless you'd like to catch all the rain before it falls to earth, there's no way to do what you suggest, absent nuking LA.

It's not a bad idea, but then there'd be no people for there to be a drought problem, you see.
 
2014-03-02 01:33:12 AM

Gyrfalcon: JonnyBGoode: L.A. is having a drought... and most of their rain runoff just flows into the ocean? Couldn't someone figure out a way of, I dunno, channeling it into storage basins or something?

O_o

Have you ever actually looked at L.A., dude? What you suggest would require removing most of Los Angeles. It's the concrete and asphalt that's causing all the problems, that and the flood control channels the rivers have been diverted into. Unless you'd like to catch all the rain before it falls to earth, there's no way to do what you suggest, absent nuking LA.

It's not a bad idea, but then there'd be no people for there to be a drought problem, you see.


Besides, it's not L.A. that's technically having a drought. NorCal is where the actual drought is happening, it's just that that's where SoCal gets its water from. I've actually read that SoCal has done a better job at emergency water storage than NorCal.
 
2014-03-02 03:22:56 AM

JonnyBGoode: L.A. is having a drought... and most of their rain runoff just flows into the ocean? Couldn't someone figure out a way of, I dunno, channeling it into storage basins or something?


They do have one big ass storm drain, called the LA river. The urban runoff isn't exactly potable water, though.
 
2014-03-02 05:49:04 AM

cyberspacedout: JonnyBGoode: L.A. is having a drought... and most of their rain runoff just flows into the ocean? Couldn't someone figure out a way of, I dunno, channeling it into storage basins or something?

They do have one big ass storm drain, called the LA river. The urban runoff isn't exactly potable water, though.


Ass storms are the worst.
 
2014-03-02 05:54:29 AM

LoneWolf343: Somewhere, Jim Cantorie is slowly shaking his head.


...while kneeing a douchebag in the balls.
 
2014-03-02 07:25:13 AM

sheep snorter: Would never happen to a FoxNews reporter.

/those massive bootstraps and self-pulling


the entire staff of cnn and msnbc would probably be wiped out, because they would be begging for help - and the people at Fox news would laugh at them and said, "nope, not yours."
 
2014-03-02 09:13:15 AM

B.L.Z. Bub: Gyrfalcon: JonnyBGoode: L.A. is having a drought... and most of their rain runoff just flows into the ocean? Couldn't someone figure out a way of, I dunno, channeling it into storage basins or something?

O_o

Have you ever actually looked at L.A., dude? What you suggest would require removing most of Los Angeles. It's the concrete and asphalt that's causing all the problems, that and the flood control channels the rivers have been diverted into. Unless you'd like to catch all the rain before it falls to earth, there's no way to do what you suggest, absent nuking LA.

It's not a bad idea, but then there'd be no people for there to be a drought problem, you see.

Besides, it's not L.A. that's technically having a drought. NorCal is where the actual drought is happening, it's just that that's where SoCal gets its water from. I've actually read that SoCal has done a better job at emergency water storage than NorCal.


Well, they have less water generally, and more frequent droughts, and they have to store the water they get from other places, plus they have a larger population to pay for it. It would be less affordable for northern californians to pay for things like that, especially because any water the north stores the south immediately wants to vote itself a portion of.
 
2014-03-02 01:11:14 PM
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