"Uh. Geography fail?"
The most trusted name in news.
Give him props for setting the record straight.
Geography fail. Again.
Uh, yeah it is: Oh boy RT @theWeatherboy: Do you trust CNN for weather info when they don't even know where Boston or NYC are? pic.twitter.com/yxMm0Zw1rX — Seung Min Kim (@seungminkim) January 3, 2014 CNN, we’d like to tell you about this wonderful thing called an atlas … *** Related...
Hey, all you right-wing, anti-science knuckle draggers out there thought it was funny to make jokes about climate change. But who’s laughing now? ‘Sucked’ pic.twitter.com/ougaDwunsd — Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) January 6, 2014 See what your skepticism hath wrought? Now we’re all screwed. We may as well just accept our fate...
"Your moral and intellectual superiors at work."
Or is CNN the Ebola of journalism?
"Stay in school kids."
Oh snap! As Twitchy reported, President Slow Jam proved during a “Tonight Show” appearance that it isn’t just economic thingies that are hard for him: Geography is hard, too! Lapdogs swiftly buried the gaffe-bones for him, as Twitchy pointed out. If Rand-McNally operated like the AP, they'd edit the atlas...
That’s right! Bury bones, lapdogs! The always awesome Larry Elder noticed these glaring omissions from a CNN article (term used loosely): CNN piece "Why Youth Aren't finding Jobs"–NOT ONE WORD about Obama, Obamacare, higher taxes, regs. NOT ONE WORD!!! http://t.co/dm7DbPNQP1 — Larry Elder (@larryelder) August 8, 2013 Twitter users offered...
"Somebody just got fired."
Associated Press fail.
At least President Gary Johnson won't be dropping bongs, um, bombs on places he doesn't know exist.
Geography is hard.
Geography is hard.
Does “Uraguy” share a border with John Kerry’s “Kyrzakhstan”? @RealLucyLawless Uruguay 🙂 not uraguy — Die4youGala (@Die4youGala) October 27, 2013 Eh, that’s ok, her way is funnier.
NBC News’ Ben Collins called out Donald Trump Jr. after the president’s son at the temerity to like a tweet referencing Ann Coulter who claimed during an interview on Monday that a New Yorker article described “how these kids, these kids are being coached” in asylum interviews. According to Collins...
Common Core Congress?
Geography is hard. So very hard.
Until early this morning, it had been a while since Chechnya dominated the news cycle. But since we’ve learned that the Boston bombing suspects are Chechen brothers, things have changed. Sort of: Sigh. RT @emzanotti: LOLWUT? RT : @dzuunmod NBC anchor: "…a lot of us are hearing the word 'Chechnya'...
Juuuust a bit outside.
No, not "adorable."
What do you do when the president’s own words make him look incompetent? Just add parentheses!
Everything is tied to global warming. Everything.
"We realized after we went off the air the maps were not factually accurate."
Oh yes. Yes he did: Yup. @Toure just said that Kenya is on the north coast of Africa. — Noah Pollak (@NoahPollak) September 23, 2013 Let’s go to the videotape, shall we? Transcript: Here’s your Monday geography refresher: Kenya is located on the northern coast of Africa right next door...
Someone at MSNBC is having a tough time learning the states.
Sorry, we can’t tell you that. Senator Landrieu thinks South Dakota borders Canada. Why does she think it's called "SOUTH" Dakota? http://t.co/UpYP3XlwPF #lasen — Brad Dayspring (@BDayspring) June 13, 2013 It gets better. Landrieu then said this: Pretty crazy: Sen. Mary Landrieu calls border security amendment by Sen. John Thune...