Now reading: Practice! Prev Next Cartoons Practice! Daryl Cagle 6:30 am September 13, 20172 comments Share on: 10 Shares 9 Share on facebook 1 Share on twitter 0 Share on Google+ 0 Share on Pinterest More options VN:D [1.9.6_1107]Rating: 9.7/10 (6 votes cast)Practice!, 9.7 out of 10 based on 6 ratings Share on: 10 Shares 9 Share on facebook 1 Share on twitter 0 Share on Google+ 0 Share on Pinterest More options Join the discussion These “on site” reports will continue until one of these correspondents is seriously injured or killed by flying debris. Most of us have seen heavy wind and/or rain. We really don’t need to see someone standing in a flooded street to know that a hurricane is causing property or human tragedy. Once things have returned to more ordinary conditions such as heavy rain and below hurricane level wind, then cameras and correspondents can show us the results of the storm without putting themselves in danger. VN:F [1.9.6_1107]please wait...Rating: 4.5/5 (2 votes cast) Log in to Reply I agree.. When one (or more) of these reporters gets hit by flying debris, or picked UP by the winds and hurled into a wall, then they will stop. AND IF the residents of an area get told to “EVACUATE” why the hell are reporters allowed in? VN:F [1.9.6_1107]please wait...Rating: 5.0/5 (1 vote cast) Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Login using one of your social media accounts or login to GOPUSA using the link above.