Monday, April 22, 2013

Why I'm not allowed to deal with the public at my job

BISMARCK, N.D. (CBS Seattle) – Talk about an awful first day on the job.
A news anchor in North Dakota has been fired after uttering obscenities for his first words on-air in a video that has gone viral across the country.
KFYR-TV in Bismarck, N.D., fired A.J. Clemente, a recent West Virginia University graduate, after an open microphone caught him saying “f***ing s***” as Sunday’s newscast began. The station apologized following the incident.
“He did not realize his microphone was on, but still, that’s no excuse,” Monica Hannan, the station’s news director, said in a statement on KFYR’s Facebook page. 


The funny part is, A couple of days ago some baseball player used the words "our fucking city" on the air and the FCC blew off the player's shit saying they were words spoken from the heart, but if you ask me, the anchorman's words were spoken from the heart too.

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