Listen: Atlanta, CBS And L Dorsey discussed on Tolbert and Lund
"Tell you how much people were into the masters yesterday. There were tornadoes in the Atlanta area. And so this woman who's a meteorologist was simply going on the air because she was trying to keep people safe, and they had a split screen. It was the CBS affiliate in Atlanta. And it was a split screen. You could still see the masters. You just couldn't hear the commentary for just a few different times. The woman the meteorologist received death threats to put the masters back on I'm saying, plural death threats death threats. She was trying to keep people safe. They did not care. She got numerous death threats. They're like tornadoes more NATO masters back. She said to this is her name's L Dorsey CBS meteorologist in Atlanta to everyone sending me death threats right now, you wouldn't be saying if damn thing of tornado was ravaging your home this afternoon lives are more important than five minutes of golf. I will continue to repeat that if and when we cut into programming to keep people safe. Safe. He's getting really reasonable death threats. Anyway, right. Where did you go Georgia? Yeah. Okay. Racan? Jeez. Here's and just another aside to the guy the guy who bet eighty five thousand dollars on tiger fourteen to one one one point one nine million"