harold taft would turn over in his grave !!
calido y humido!!!!
Your topics are waning.... not many comments going on anymore. Wonder why that is? Boring stuff.
To Barry...I had NO idea you had such an interest in meteorology.*;)
Reminds one of the good old days with Jocyln White forcasting weather. When she turned, the entire east coast disappeared.
Thanks 2:07. I had forgotten about that horse faced bitch.
How about some shots of that hunk Garry Seith!?
I could watch her front moving in all day long!
Who was Jocyln White?
To anonyNOTHING 3:13...Jocelyn White was a Dallas/Fort Worth television weather reporter with a VERY well endowed sweater. I believe she CURRENTLY hosts a decorating program.Obviously, anonyNOTHING 2:28 has YET to get over having been REJECTED by Jocelyn White.
Wow.Looks like some big high pressure areas.
The whole idea is to distract the viewer from actually paying attention to the forecast so they don't know if the weather lady got it right or not the next day.
Looks like we have a Massive front on top of a warm wet trough.
Great sweater meat.
MZCHIEF, thanks for the info, but I am so bummed. I went on a search for this "Jocelyn White" and found the bad news. Here's the link; http://www.designingtexascatalog.com/Index.aspx?BrowseMode=Navigation. Now you'll have me spending the rest of the day looking for her.
Why are her boobs way bigger in the first clip?
To anonyNOTHING 9:33...If you want to see any of her STUFF you can take a look at this LINK.
To "THINK" frustrated...They are NOT the SAME woman.
Actually I am the same person I just lost weight. And by the way Anon 2:07, I love horses, and you don' t know me well enough to call me the B word. (my mother reads this!) Finally, the late great Harold Taft and I were friends. As the first bonafide credentialed weather woman to be on air in DFW, Harold was actually one of many mentors. A true Texas gentleman. Hope you will watch my next "Designing DFW" TV show on WFAA Channel 8 on October 23.
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