Friday, March 25, 2011

Storm Chaser (video)

Remember when I told you I was going on a six mile walk the other day? The good thing was it turned into my application video to be the next storm chaser on the Weather Channel. You know those guys who always broadcast from the middle of tornadoes and hurricanes and are holding onto poles to avoid being chucked into the ocean? That was me on my walk Wednesday. 

You can’t even hear half of what I’m saying. Just know it was all “f” words and such. Here’s proof.

Good thing I can laugh at myself because I am so dumb and if I did not laugh I would cry at the sheer goofiness. HOLY COW! Who says that?

SUAR

22 comments:

  1. I always think about doing that stuff! But then I either don't have my camera and am stuck in a storm with no proof, or I am inside and go, "Meh, I think I'll stay in here." You are totally going to beat me at this whole "weathergirl" goal.

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  2. HAHAHA! That's funny. A six mile walk, how come that seems like it would be more mentally wearing than a 6 mile run?? Oh, wait, I'm getting ready to go water jog...someone shoot me.

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  3. Ha! You're lucky you didn't blow away.

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  4. Love it! That is pure awesome.

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  5. Is there anyway I can get back the two minutes of my life I just wasted watching that? (joking)

    HAHA. Your voice is much more high pitched that I would have imagined, interesting. I always find it funny hearing bloggers voices after reading so much about them haha.

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  6. Matty ) - it was only 16 seconds. Thank god.

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  7. You sound totally different than I imagined! Lol! That is totally something I would do :) I say 'holy cow'. 'Holy cow' is good for on the air. When the networks pick up your live reports, that is ;-)

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  8. I agree "Holy Cow" is good onair talk - wouldn't want to be dropping the f bomb on the air!

    Hey - just think how tough it would have been running through that wind - trying to look on the bright side.

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  9. Holy Cow is one of my favorite sayings. Also for Harry Caray, RIP.

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  10. Ah, that looks like footage from my last Half Marathon! I hate the wind!!! Funny clip!

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  11. I assumed you were going to direct us to the Urban Dictionary with some sort of twisted definition of 'Storm Chaser' that would haunt my nightmares and create a painful Pavlovian response whenever I heard thunder in the distance.

    Pleasantly surprised to see an actual video of SUAR in action. I really dislike wind, and don't really know why. I'll go running in snow, pouring rain, bitter cold, etc., but I dread running in the wind.

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  12. The wind has been CRAZY lately!! Ugh!

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  13. I love holy cow! That wind sounded so inviting...ok not really. I was inside on my treadmill.

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  14. I love the holy cow!! lmao More videos!!

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  15. hahahah. i say holy cow all the time. i picked it up when i entered the "real world" because some of the other phrases i wanted to use were a litte...well inappropriate hahah

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  16. yeah, somehow my 'holy cow' has morphed into 'holy crap'. i'm thinking for my kids' sake i should downgrade it back to 'holy cow'. my daughter says 'crap' is a bad word in her school. go figure.

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  17. LOL! We had that wind on Thursday! HOLY COW IS RIGHT! What is a holy cow anyway?
    LC

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  18. i was hoping for the f bomb... instead i got holy cow.... GEESH!

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  19. Thank you for not v-documenting a roadside squat.

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  20. Holy Cow that was intense. You needed to have Ken tie a string to your hat and pull it off so that your application would have been accepted immediately.

    June is around the corner and I can't wait.

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