Neil Cavuto's Liveblogging His Nervous Breakdown
Fox funnyman Neil Cavuto apparently had a nervous breakdown and is now just watching wedding videos and crying.
"Our generation is luckier than others that didn't have the benefit of video images. Sometimes just old photos thrown in a box."
Does that mean anything? What's with the bizarre sentence fragment? Read Cavuto's devastating cry for help, after the jump.
This was posted yesterday on the FoxNews website:
After 20 years, the images have grown fuzzy, the video quality poor.The story doesn't continue below, obviously. UPDATE: They fixed it! Well, they fixed nothing, but they added more nonsense after the "continues below" thing. Now it ends with more sentence fragments, non sequiturs and (of course) a random reference to Ronald Reagan.
A VHS tape transferred to DVD and apparently not a moment too soon.
Still, you could make out the moment. A moment that seemed like yesterday -- when my wife's brother got married and everyone was there.
A lot of them gone now -- some for many years now -- but there, alive and well on the screen. As if we could touch them.
We saw their smiles, took in their tears and remembered when they were with us... then they were not.
I don't know how often you folks look back at family slides or movies or special events of any sort, but I heartily recommend it. If for no other reason than to appreciate time and what we had one moment, then didn't the next.
Our generation is luckier than others that didn't have the benefit of video images. Sometimes just old photos thrown in a box.
We can hear. We can see. We can laugh. And, we can cry.
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