|sliggy - 2008-09-14 |
I could watch this all day.
|mouser - 2008-09-14 |
Nature TRIED to wash him off the planet but failed. Maybe next time.
|Camonk - 2008-09-14 |
Isn't he like eighty or something? I don't guess he broke anything, huh?
Well, sixty five is still too old to be knocked down by waves, if you have any dignity, which clearly...
I was refering more to the "I don't guess he broke anything."
Really? That's the part that threw you? I... I would like Geraldo to suffer broken bones. Old people often break bones if they fall down. I'm not sure how you... I don't know why that's ambiguous.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-09-14 |
And he still manages to be the most dignified person on Fox News?!
|sosage - 2008-09-14 |
Geraldo, the jouraltainer, is always 5 stars.
|Konversekid - 2008-09-14 |
+ a couple dozen stars for the alert at the bottom
|RockBolt - 2008-09-14 |
Where's the flying metal debris when you need it
|Chip - 2008-09-14 |
Would that actually happen in water that shallow, or is this staged? Or am I just expecting douchebaggery because it's Geraldo?
|nutbush - 2008-09-14 |
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLZ7lK7-G_A This is the live version which shows Geraldo shaking hands and exchanging words with the firemen before nature took its course. Not as satisfying as seeing the replay, though.
|Eroticus E - 2008-09-14 |
|A Jumping Spider! - 2008-09-20 |
Man, I kept expecting it to break out into something like the Shatner Funk.
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