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Musk did not specify when the blooper reel would be released.
An embarrassed PIB promptly deleted the picture, but offered no explanation for the blooper.
It turns out that Schafer had quite a long radio-TV career as program host, with popular spin-off comedy shows like Pardon My Blooper, Prize Bloopers, Blooper Parade, Blooper Blackouts, Blooper Blow-ups and Super Bloopers.
Other films in the top 10 blooper list include Inception, Kick-Ass and Toy Story 3.
All bloopers that happen on or after the Start Date of the first policy we issue to you and before the End Date of the last policy we issue to you in an uninterrupted succession of renewed policies and that are the same, continuous, repeated or in a series of interrelated bloopers or are temporally, logically or causally connected by facts, circumstances, situations, transactions, events, advice, dissemination, utterances or decisions are deemed to be a single blooper happening at the time the earliest of those bloopers happened during that time period.
THE EXTRAS: Two-disc set features audio commentaries, Bloopers of Narnia, behind-the-scenes featurettes and fun facts for the kids.
Richard Lederer, whose longtime love affair with our tortured tongue has brought us more than 30 books of hysterical grammatical gaffes, malaprops, and bloopers.
If you are part of a Web team, Web bloopers is a must-have book.
BUT this week's Blooper of the Week - actually, that should be bloopers - came courtesy of regular contributor, Fred N Forster.
There are the traditional favorites (its/it's, there/their/they're, accept/ except, bring/take, lie/lay) and some new bloopers.
He is also planning another Aunties Bloopers type show for the BBC where he looks at outtakes.
Like many troublesome experiences in life, bloopers can happen at anytime, any place, and being aware of the possibility and being a bit prepared can help you avoid what could be a major and memorable disaster.
Fast-forward 50 years: At least five primetime series (including a new edition of "Candid") revolve around hidden cameras, and almost every network has a blooper franchise in its arsenal of specials (CBS' "Funny Flubs and Screw Ups," ABC's "Bloopers," NBC's "Funniest Outtakes").
The newspapers regularly provide case study material and Kanner thoroughly covers and analyzes the most recent lot of executive bloopers.