4.05.2007

I'm So Mad I Can't Find It


Channel 21's news' team (they have one?) was covering the weather the other night and for some unexplained reason decided to take calls from the masses -- apparently to get a view of the weather from the man on the street. The first caller out of the box, a nice man with a bit of a country accent, said that it was really raining "in the flats where the black people live."

Pure gold.

I've heard it replayed a couple times on The Ticket and once this morning on KLIF. But for the life of me, I can't find it on the Internet.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Look at you Mr. Cutie Pie! Love the new pic.

Anonymous said...

Funny Shit!! I heard it live and ran to the Tivo...The greatness was the Black reporter who had this..Al Hell No you didnt look on his face!!!

Anonymous said...

If it's an observation of fact, seems to be no harm in the comment, though even factual statements are now subject to the PC frenzy. I'll never forget a Hispanic woman at a city council meeting who took offense to a council person mentioning "taco vendors" as needing a license to operate in the city. The lady said it was a shameful, derogatory term. To which the council person asked the lady, "well what is the person doing". The lady said "selling tacos, but that doesn't make them a taco vendor". Please.....

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of Mosier Valley, near HEB - that's where our black people lived. And, believe it or not, they are still there. Go Black People.