A.J. Clemente drops f-bomb as he’s being introduced to Bismarck, North Dakota, as the new weekend anchor for the first time .
*When we watch our news anchors on television, we think that most anyone could do their job, right?
You just read the teleprompter and walk off the stage. But even those who have been trained to do the job find it hard to pull it off.
A.J. Clemente was on his first day on the job at Bismarck, North Dakota’s KFYR-TV’s 6pm newscast Sunday, when he obviously didn’t realize that his mic was on.
He started nervously cursing while his co-anchor, Van Tieu, was trying to introduce him to viewers and seemingly cover up his R-rated muttering.
Well, you knew he was nervous when he muttered the f-word and other expletives before raising his head and speaking into the camera.
But the ugly truth, even after his on-air cursing, was that he just did not do a good job of delivering the news.
T-shirts are now available to support, Donna of Fargo, North Dakota, in her quest to get those darn deer crossing signs removed.
*If America had a random state administered IQ test in North Dakota, one woman would bring the Guinness Book of World Records out of the woodwork.
They wouldn’t know whether to give her the gold for the most confused or lowest IQ on record for an allegedly mentally stable person.
Originally, I was going to say that this woman’s GED needs to be confirmed, but it’s clear that she couldn’t have possibly passed that test.
A woman named Donna of Fargo, North Dakota, called Y94 Playhouse radio station to see if they could help her to get rid of deer crossing signs in her area and have them moved