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I will read my copy, no matter what

Via youtube, the source of many unusual videos. It appears that this radio announcer will finish reading his copy, in spite of the smoke and fire:

Because being a professional is important above all other things.

Apparently, it is better to die than to look bad.

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3 comments to I will read my copy, no matter what

  • All we need is that one JAM jingle ….

    Hot Rockin’ Flame Throwin’

  • Chas

    I love how he shushes the guy carrying the bucket of water.

  • John W

    So, you’re on the air, reading copy, and the waste basket bursts into flames. Your first instinct is to:

    1. Run away.
    2. Go get a fire extinguisher to put the fire out.
    3. Continue reading your copy while kicking the waste basket over, further igniting the workbench and spreading the fire.


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