So it rained a little bit in Los Angeles for a few hours earlier this week. EVERYBODY PANIC.
During a news report about a missing person being found dead in a lake last Friday, the Detroit Fox affiliate broadcast a floating dead body. It's not a clear image, but it sure looks like a body.
When a local news interview with a great-grandmother who just turned 100 starts out with her asking the reporter "how's ya dick hangin'?," you know it's going to be good.
You can't fault the WITI-Milwaukee Fox6 WakeUp crew for wanting to inject a little fun into their morning broadcast regimen. The morning is, traditionally, not a very fun time of day. Plus, it's their job to get all the Lavernes and Shirleys in town excited for a tedious day down at the bottlecapping plant.
New bosses often mean change. We here at Gawker would not know this, because all our managers die in their chairs, but we have heard from industry professionals that when there's a transition of a power at a company, the change often augurs new protocols, shifting job descriptions, the ominous possibility of layoffs, and, say, far worse, the loss of telecommuting. The immediate aftermath can be nerve-wracking—especially when the position at stake is CEO.
A homeless, hatchet-wielding hitchhiker named Kai is being hailed as a hero after saving a woman from the clutches of a bear-hugging racist who claimed to be the reincarnation of Jesus Christ.