Thank your for the impertant infos about that world! I can’t wet to show off all my knowledge at the cocktails parted. (Via TheDailyWhat.)

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  1. And… Boom goes the dynamite! Literally.

  2. I hope that guy’s ok. full stop.

  3. From: http://www.thestar.com/news/article/959685–toronto-news-reporter-has-episode-of-incoherence-on-air

    “Global put out a statement Tuesday saying McAllister “suffered a minor medical issue causing him to experience a moment of disorientation” during the 6 p.m. broadcast.

    ‘Paramedics were immediately called to the scene, where Mark was fully checked out and is feeling better. As a precaution, Mark will be pursuing this matter with his own doctor.’”

    Snark at your own risk.

  4. Yikes! I am embarrassed for him. I can’t make fun of this. :(

  5. When I clicked on the button, words were expecting exceeds surprise burning hair.

  6. When good strokes go bad.

  7. I finally understand what is going on in Libya.

  8. Sorry, buddy. Plagiarizing my sixth grade declaration of love to Ashley Brown won’t work for you any better than it did for me.

  9. What a weird looking King’s Speech sequel

  10. He forgot to add, “.. and boom goes the dynamite.”

  11. When I saw this post, I got super-excited and started looking for GIFs of Peter Mansbridge slow-clapping. Then I watched the video and just wanted to give Mark McCallister a hug.

  12. Hey! This is the first time the Star.com beat Videogum in keeping me informed.

    Also! #CanadaGum! I’m so…proud.

  13. He makes more sense than that Gadaffi fellow.

  14. I didn’t know Ms. Teen South Carolina’s dad was a journalist…

    I believe that our, uh, education like such as in South Africa and, uh, the Iraq, everywhere like such as, and, I believe that they should, our education over HERE in the U.S. should help the U.S., uh, or, uh, should help South Africa and should help the Iraq and the Asian countries, so we will be able to build up our future, for our children.

  15. Yeah, I hope he’s okay, etc.
    I also wish Peter McCloud was minister of Defence, he would probably be better at it than that turd MacKay.

  16. In third grade, we put on a play about computers or some such bullshit, etc. Anyway, point being that I had the first line of the show. It’s the first line I began memorizing. It was simple, one sentence; as a wise bobcat once said, “What could possibly go wrong?”

    Yes, I messed up the first line on opening night. Just completely blanked halfway through. Worse part was that I just kept walking while waiting for the the line to come to me, so I missed my mark and messed everything up for the rest of the cast.

    I tell that story to say that, I guess we’ve all been there Mark. Just keep fucking that chicken, amirite?

    #coolstorybro

  17. Still better than Gord Martineau. #torontonewsburns

  18. Um, could you repeat that?

  19. Rupert Murdoch: I’m watching it right now and some goofball just forgot to close with “That’s all, folks!” Don’t you people understand the concept of BRANDING?

  20. And now we go to Lewis Carroll with Sports.

    “Thanks, Jim! T’was brillig, today, and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe!”

  21. This reminds me of the very first episode of the Colbert Report. Poor guy kept messing up the whole time.

  22. Isn’t the news mostly nonsense anyway? That’s my sly commentary on the news.

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