TV Braves Claudette
Yesterday the local TV stations sent reporters to the coast. There was virtually nothing to report. That didn't bother them.
A typical TV report began with the station's handsomest newsman, the anchor, handing off to a reporter:
Yep, yesterday there were lots of TV types, down there braving the calm before the storm, taking plenty of time with almost nothing to say.
I can hardly wait 'til the wind picks up to maybe 30 or 40. Then we'll see the little TV honeys leaning into the fierce wind, acting like they're barely able to stand. Behind them we'll see two-foot waves and probably surfers.
These little hurricanes themselves aren't half as dramatic as the TV reports about them.
Brad Messer commentary, KTSA.
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