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As if one remarkable video weren't enough, Musk has also promised his Twitter followers a forthcoming reel of SpaceX landing bloopers.
The latest in the series of government bloopers appears on Page 40 of the Home Ministry's 2016-17 annual report, boasting of how the government had completed floodlighting of nearly 1,944km of the sanctioned 2,044km along the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan and Gujarat.
OUR MONTHLY boob-tube booboos, compilation of inadvertently funny mistakes, flubs and boners committed on television turns out to have a granddaddy in Kermit Schafer's book, Blunderful World of Bloopers, first published way back in the days of radio, and updated and expanded when television came along.
Leslie Canham, CDA, RDA, Leslie Canham & Associates, informs us that she too observes this common blooper.
Blooper means the following when allegedly or actually done by you or on your behalf: 1.
Richard Lederer, whose longtime love affair with our tortured tongue has brought us more than 30 books of hysterical grammatical gaffes, malaprops, and bloopers.
And he argues that you need technical writers to write the text (in the section on "Avoiding the blooper" for Blooper 42: Speaking Geek).
BUT this week's Blooper of the Week - actually, that should be bloopers - came courtesy of regular contributor, Fred N Forster.
The most common blooper today occurs with handloads that deliver sub-standard levels of performance because either the powder charge is insufficient or there isn't any powder and only the primer is firing.
And in an age where scripted-program costs continue to skyrocket, hidden-camera, blooper and clip shows remain the unsung heroes of primetime TV.
CAGLIARI: An Italian man ended up paying 20 times more than he should have for a lunch with his wife in Sardinia after a blooper by his bank converted the cost into euros.
On the other hand, if you have been the victim of a blooper during your project, I would like to hear from you.
Excuse me, Gordon, you all never talk about gun control, as evidenced by Evan Thomas's staggering blooper that there are "200,000 guns".
The Exorcism of Fluffy, home video blooper, individual user: http://www.
com/user44441983) Vimeo account of Shaving People Punting Things , which usually teases of the upcoming action in episodes of The CW series, instead chose to share a blooper video.