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(AZ Family)   Here's Arizona's version of a hot television reporter trying to do a live shot in the middle of a hurricane   (azfamily.com) divider line 37
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2014-07-05 02:33:21 AM
So a dust storm is called a monsoon? 
my head hurts.
 
2014-07-05 07:53:21 AM
She's got that certain something that makes her appealing.

i59.tinypic.com
 
2014-07-05 08:50:15 AM

rooftop235: So a dust storm is called a monsoon? 
my head hurts.


Arizona dust storms are (relatively) small-scale features brought on by wind/convection patterns associated with monsoonal flow.

Also, does this reporter WANT valley fever? 'Cause that's how you get valley fever.
 
2014-07-05 09:36:41 AM
Dusty Haboobs is my belly-dancing stage name.
 
2014-07-05 09:55:03 AM

MrBallou: She's got that certain something that makes her appealing.


Two haboobs?
 
2014-07-05 09:55:35 AM

MrBallou: She's got that certain something that makes her appealing.

[i59.tinypic.com image 640x480]


2 of them, actually.
 
2014-07-05 09:59:10 AM
Haboobies!
 
2014-07-05 10:09:37 AM
Haboobies.
 
2014-07-05 10:29:36 AM

ariseatex: rooftop235: So a dust storm is called a monsoon? 
my head hurts.

Arizona dust storms are (relatively) small-scale features brought on by wind/convection patterns associated with monsoonal flow.

Also, does this reporter WANT valley fever? 'Cause that's how you get valley fever.


So this is the haboobies/coccidioides thread?
 
2014-07-05 10:34:51 AM
Can see her outie belly button. But no nippliage.
Disappointment
 
2014-07-05 10:35:29 AM
so she goes from reporting on tornadoes here in the Sooner state to standing out in the middle of a sand storm.

don't know which would be worse.
 
2014-07-05 10:35:59 AM
Arizona + hot = do not want.
 
2014-07-05 10:51:45 AM
www.sholarcenter.com
 
2014-07-05 11:04:48 AM
Anybody got a useable video 'cause that Adobe Flash pop-up box is really screwing the pooch as far as even getting the video to play

/No, you can't have my computer, whoever you are
// play the damn thing, like you promised
 
2014-07-05 11:07:54 AM

Mikeyworld: Anybody got a useable video 'cause that Adobe Flash pop-up box is really screwing the pooch as far as even getting the video to play

/No, you can't have my computer, whoever you are
// play the damn thing, like you promised


It played the ad but not the video.
 
2014-07-05 11:11:24 AM
The dust storm must be preventing the video from playing. or else it's playing but completely black.
 
2014-07-05 11:12:53 AM
It's bad enough that they manufacture the damsel in distress scenario of a pretty girl standing in harm's way of a (dust storm, hurricane, tornado, volcano, sharknado, alien invasion), but do we have to revisit it again the next day with the "I can't believe we were stupid enough to  do that" story?
 
2014-07-05 11:19:17 AM

jimmyjackfunk: so she goes from reporting on tornadoes here in the Sooner state to standing out in the middle of a sand storm.

don't know which would be worse.


The former can kill you instantly, the latter can take it's time via breathing problems.

Pick your poison.
 
2014-07-05 11:21:21 AM

Mikeyworld: Anybody got a useable video 'cause that Adobe Flash pop-up box is really screwing the pooch


I had to use Konqueror, not Firefox, to get the silly thing to play. Also, in my opinion the video is not really worth watching. The dust storms/haboobs/whatever here in AZ are usually not that intense even when you're right out in them. The reporter and camera crew must've been in exactly the right spot.

A better example of sandy haboobs (SFW)
 
2014-07-05 11:23:32 AM
Had no problem with the video on my end. That said, yes I would fark her.
 
2014-07-05 11:26:59 AM
I hope she enjoys her valley fever, stupid coont.
 
2014-07-05 11:30:12 AM

rooftop235: So a dust storm is called a monsoon? 
my head hurts.


Monsoon is a condition where the relative humidity and dewpoint levels remain above a certain threshold for a certain number of days. Dust storms are a byproduct of monsoons. Of course, AZ government has decided to ignore science and instead say that "monsoon season" starts on this date and ends on that date.
 
2014-07-05 11:33:36 AM

oryx: The dust storm must be preventing the video from playing. or else it's playing but completely black.


Same here.
 
2014-07-05 11:44:38 AM
Sand in every nook and cranny.
 
2014-07-05 12:13:22 PM

MrBallou: She's got that certain something that makes her appealing.



Huuuuge... tracts of land?
 
2014-07-05 12:18:54 PM
CSB:  10-15 years ago i had my Navy Reserve two weeker in San Diego, and one of the guys in my unit was dating her sister.  he was like, "you know, the Cerettas, the candy people."  i didn't, but basically, the Cerettas have been making chocolates and candies in Phoenix for like, 50 years or some shiat.

anywyas, our last night, my friend is like, 'my girlfriend's sister (the reporter) is in town, let's go out our last night.  so we went barhoping in San Diego and Jamie or whatever, she was wearing a miniskirt and was very touchy. put her head on my shoulder and snuggled up but i was about two months out from being married so nothing came of it.

she fine.  she real fine.
 
2014-07-05 12:44:23 PM
As Al Bundy told the buxom receptionist at the salon "Nice place you've got there".
 
2014-07-05 12:57:04 PM
We're actually in a bit of a slump as far as hot reporters (in AZ)...seems like the more silly our local news broadcasts are (they all suck), the more serious-looking our broadcasters get. I mean, jeesh, we used to have the aptly named Tara Hitchcock!
 
2014-07-05 01:06:34 PM
Why do they do that? It's farking stupid. We have 4 local stations here in the Philly area and every time there's bad weather - snow, high winds, flooding - they try to outdo each other with the on-the-spot reporting. Rulers to measure the snow, "let's see how long it takes me to get blown over" in the high wind. Farking ridiculous.
 
2014-07-05 01:13:55 PM
I'd be glad to sandblast that babe, if you know what I mean.  And I think you.
 
2014-07-05 01:20:58 PM

John Buck 41: MrBallou: She's got that certain something that makes her appealing.

[i59.tinypic.com image 640x480]

2 of them, actually.


You mean her cerebral hemispheres?
 
2014-07-05 01:27:39 PM

Usurper4: We're actually in a bit of a slump as far as hot reporters (in AZ)...seems like the more silly our local news broadcasts are (they all suck), the more serious-looking our broadcasters get. I mean, jeesh, we used to have the aptly named Tara Hitchcock!



kari lake still does it for me.  i saw her at the biltmore about a year ago.  she's way darker in person.  i wonder if she's half black.

beverly kidd was crazy hot.  i don't know her hsuband well, but we've met a few times.

i've heard some things.

/used to always se Ilona Carson around town.
//one of those investigative reporter dudes, steve something, i see him at the grocery store and running around the park.
 
2014-07-05 02:12:16 PM

desertgeek: jimmyjackfunk: so she goes from reporting on tornadoes here in the Sooner state to standing out in the middle of a sand storm.

don't know which would be worse.

The former can kill you instantly, the latter can take it's time via breathing problems.

Pick your poison.


Well I have lived in Oklahoma all my life used to tornadoes and out west we get dust storms. Nothing like that though but I don't like breathing in that dust even if it isn't that much.
 
2014-07-05 04:37:11 PM

ukexpat: Why do they do that? It's farking stupid. We have 4 local stations here in the Philly area and every time there's bad weather - snow, high winds, flooding - they try to outdo each other with the on-the-spot reporting. Rulers to measure the snow, "let's see how long it takes me to get blown over" in the high wind. Farking ridiculous.


Channel 3 is merging with Channel 5, and talent for both stations are trying to earn their keep at the combined newsroom. I, for one, can see the goofy climate-change-denying weekend weather guesser at 5 getting the boot.
 
2014-07-05 04:46:11 PM

rickythepenguin: Usurper4: We're actually in a bit of a slump as far as hot reporters (in AZ)...seems like the more silly our local news broadcasts are (they all suck), the more serious-looking our broadcasters get. I mean, jeesh, we used to have the aptly named Tara Hitchcock!


kari lake still does it for me.  i saw her at the biltmore about a year ago.  she's way darker in person.  i wonder if she's half black.

beverly kidd was crazy hot.  i don't know her hsuband well, but we've met a few times.

i've heard some things.

/used to always se Ilona Carson around town.
//one of those investigative reporter dudes, steve something, i see him at the grocery store and running around the park.


I miss the days of Heidi Fogelsong as lead anchor of Channel 3. Now she WAS eye candy, even if she couldn't read a teleprompter worth a darn.

I can't wait for the day for Lin Sue Cooney to retire. It can't come soon enough.
 
2014-07-05 08:32:14 PM
How come Jaime (or Tara, for that matter) was never this hot when she worked in my hometown of Beaumont, TX?

/shameless hometown pride
 
2014-07-06 04:02:49 PM
Yeah. Totally fugly


i.imgur.com

/good call, submitter
 
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