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Behold the petrified look of a weather reporter who got blindsided by Rick Astley himself. Fortunately, Rick Astley seems like a cool and understanding dude who doesn't pitch a fit when someone doesn't like his music. 

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He didn't miss a beat when the technology failed like it did. Kudos to the dude for keeping a straight face as well. 

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We have no idea what Charlie was thinking. He completely committed to a strikingly dumb and insensitive couple jokes. The silence that followed made complete sense. 

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Just imagine running out of gas. This footage is of a tornado out in Wray, CO, and was filmed by storm chaser and meteorologist, Reed Timmer. 

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Fairly certain that a weather forecast has never been this British, and it's absolutely brilliant. 

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Matt M McKnight was driving in Washington state when he came across this "tumbleweed tornado." It's freeing to see the lowly tumbleweed become airborne and get to taste the skies for a moment.

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Here's a hailstorm decimating a paddy field. It must be pretty unnerving to have to sit there with what sounds like a dude with a hammer on your roof trying to get in.

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Owain Wyn Evans absolutely crushed it on those drums. That is one way to close out a weather forecast. Maybe he should do this every time now. 

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Apocalyptic Images From Newfoundland's Storm Of The Century

Just in case you missed it, Newfoundland was overrun by a snowstorm of epic proportions. Yes, we're talking 30 inches of snow on Friday, which was reported from St. John's International Airport. Residents have been left to quite literally dig themselves out from the storm. The Canadian Armed Forces even stepped up to help in the efforts to clear up all the snow, and help out residents in need. Outside of all that chaos, the storm definitely made for quite the array of hilarious and crazy images. Nature is a wild beast, man. 

A collection of crazy images from Newfoundland's snowstorm of the century | person standing with raised arms in a narrow corridor dug through snow. black dog standing on a mound of snow and looking over a fence.
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No, the keys didn't get stuck and the editor doesn't have a degenerative nerve disease, that's the name of the town. And this weather guy Liam Dutton pronounces is perfectly. You can tell by the look on his face when he says it that he's bringing the heat.

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This guy should really consider a more balanced diet. In all seriousness though, a pretty impressive feat to pull off cooking on such rough seas. 

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Faith in humanity looking as thin as this woman's eyebrows. Just terrible. 

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Twitter User Tells Story Of The Most Successful Slave Revolt In U.S. History

This is the story of Abaco, The Bahamas, and what is arguably the most successful slave revolt in U.S. history. Twitter user @michaelharriot, does a kickass job at breaking down the rich historical knowledge in this story, in a way that really keeps the reader engaged and entertained. 

Twitter user tells the story of the most successful slave revolt in US history.
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Donald Trump Got Roasted With Memes Over Using Marker To Loop Alabama Into Hurricane Path

For the uninitiated, the president's map of Hurricane Dorian Had an extra piece added on with sharpie to corroborate his belief that Alabama would be affected by the storm. A spokesman from NOAA ensured reporters that Alabama would not be affected. The internet took the sharpie stunt as an example of the President's commitment to baseless assertions, and had some fun with it.

After falsifying weather data with a marker to corroborate his lie, people meme roasted the president's stunt on twitter.
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We're pretty sure the idea was to show the dangers of an upcoming storm. The resulting prank is sort of jarring and kind of hilarious. We wish people were this weird on every news network.