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A bit exaggeration from a reporter without confirming it before broadcasting.
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sartre 278 days ago
Part of growing up is realising that the media tell you what they want you to believe.
Voutelamberopipi 278 days ago
I would keep a straight face and go "...and now, breaking news: a man who can walk on water!"
Austin 278 days ago
A boatload of bollocks seems appropriate...
rUmmeh 278 days ago
Or could it be that they don't want to get their clothes wet? In which case that IS the only way they can move around. I mean, the car in the background alone is a dead giveaway of the height of the flooding.
loadrunner 278 days ago
You could see the cars.
ALI3N 278 days ago
jokes on him getting his feet all wet
kabertz 278 days ago
EPIC man walking on water is EPIC
cretia 277 days ago
The people in a town called Grantham Toowoomba Queensland Australia would laugh at your "wet season"
Ghostriderr11111 276 days ago
This is the pefect example how the media played a massive role in the build up of the war in Iraq & now CNN/FOX NEWS/ABC/SKYNEWS etc....are telling us that we shall bomb Iran & Syria so they can keep your money & my money in order to beef up Isreal military hardwares.
I went from normal TV to organic TV.
UckFaOuYa1134 276 days ago
Nobody Can Cross It!
278 days ago
480 x 270 px
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