The Hazards of Live TV: #25,031

It’s just one little letter. Looks like O’Reilly thought this was being taped, thus the “cut” remark. But it was live…

11 Responses to “The Hazards of Live TV: #25,031”

  1. He’s so used to taping the show ahead of time that he thought he was taping. All I can say is “oopsie.” It’s a good thing he didn’t lose his temper, minus hitting the desk.

  2. I liked the ‘gonna have to cut that again’. Habit, anyone?

  3. imnotblue Says:

    HA! I was wondering if someone was going to catch that.

  4. stewartiii Says:

    He’s not the first one to do it, and he won’t be the last. Obama’s going to be in office for at least 3 more years, trying to catch Osama.

    You could make a game out of it. Guess who says it next. News channel/program, anchor/reporter, politician? It would be hard to guess, but fun to try.

  5. dougieness Says:

    happens to the best of us, bill… dont worry, we still love ya. :))

    (i really dont… but im in a good mood today)

  6. missy5537 Says:

    Isn’t the fact that Chrissy Matthews referred to West Point as the “enemy camp” a little more troubling? Especially when you consider that this 0bama/Osama error happens almost constantly?

    And knowing that Matthews simply drools over 0bama, we can assume that Matthews himself must feel that our military is the enemy!

    http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=YzdhYTY0MDRiYTBlYjVkOTAwMjE2YWM5OGU5OTg1MDA=

  7. gettingpwned Says:

    missy, stay on topic please. k. thx.

  8. We’ll do it live!

  9. They should not even put Osama in the prompter. They should just start using Usama or just bin Laden.

  10. Damn, Cob, that makes sense. It’ll never happen.

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