In case you needed a reminder of how fragile the human body can be.
I'm starting to think that there's been a bit of overreaction on this Ebola thing.
Upstanding American simply wants strippers' personal info so he can pray for them.
These have gone around before, but awkward turn-of-the-century ballplayers are always worth reviewing.
Guy walking through Penn Station coughing without covering your mouth: expect some looks.
The people who look at horrible things online so that you don't have to.
Terrible things happening around the world, in real-time. What an age we live in!
You know how much $10,000 is to the government? If you earn $40,000 a year, for a century, and then spend one penny.
This has been "things Philip intended to say on TV tonight but didn't get a chance to;" thank you for your attention.
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If I were handed a pamphlet about how Obama wanted to install a camera in my living room, I'd do it if it had a puppy on it.
Hey! Just a quick question. Did this person, say, ride the subway recently? Thanks for your help!
Just imagine what's happening in the New York Post writing room right now.
Someone has already pointed out that "de Blasio" has an E, B, O, L, and A.
Remember that other doctor that was flown to Atlanta with Ebola? I met him tonight. Nice guy. Everyone lived.
My wife is explaining, in vivid, gross detail, how maybe she could have gotten Ebola on the subway.
In the Bahamas, Bloomberg looks up at the TV, smiles, goes back to his model plane kit.
First caller on NY1, Phil from Queens, blames Obama for not banning people from "Africker." And we're off!
Local news show has the sort of panicky call-ins that seem familiar from beginning-of-the-movie montages of disaster flicks.
"Officials also told us the air was safe to breathe at Ground Zero."
I'm old enough to remember that there was supposed to be a press conference.
"A couple of people are asking about school tomorrow," the news anchor says, and I die of Eye-Rolling Disease.
"I'm afraid to walk my dog; I'm going to let her poop in my house for the next six weeks. I'm terrified!" - a caller
Now people are worrying about the marathon. Imagine two cancellations in three years.
Cuomo thinks about how to ding Astorino on this.
Naming the train lines just freaked a lot of people out.
If you have Ebola, does TV audio sound super echo-y? I'm worried.
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For the first time, an official confirms that someone on the New York subway did NOT have diarrhea.
I would estimate that Jaime Fuller promotes this video at least five times a week.
Let's look at Rep. Don Young's claims about suicide, hm?
(Stick around for the kicker on that, involving a 1907 CDC report.)
I mapped all of the toss-up districts since 2000. Surprising amount of the country.
"This suicide problem didn't exist until we got largesse from the government."
Actually, the Rauner campaign says, it's about ethics in journalism.