Andrea Mitchell is stuck on atrain

http://twitter.com/#!/mitchellreports/status/216330163200335872

@ktumulty no power!! Oh no I was stuck on acela in baltimore, tree down on track now in cab#hatesummerstorms

– Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) June 23, 2012

@dougkammerer no pix but sbound acela from ny stopped baltimore tree down on tracks

– Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) June 23, 2012

This has been a rough week for Andrea Mitchell of NBC News. First, she got caught deceptively editing a videoin order to make Mitt Romney look like a moron. Then she chose not to apologize for what she had done – a poor decisionthat rightfully earned her the scorn of conservatives.

All she wants to do, we imagine, is get back to her home in Washington D.C., relax with her husband, and not spend another moment thinking about Wawa.

But she can’t because she’s stuck on an Acela in Baltimore, thanks to a tree that fell on the tracks. Or so she claims:

@mitchellreports Is that true, or are you making it up, ala video editing?

– Sportsyackontap (@sportsyack) June 23, 2012

Karma, anyone?

https://twitter.com/djwolf76/status/216331279598223360

Update:Schadenfreude!

@mitchellreports @dougkammerer Hey #AndreaMitchell A tree fell on the tracks blocking your train! Was it by any chance a #WaWa tree? #MSNBC

– Senor 619 (@Senor_619) June 23, 2012

Hey @mitchellreports, is the train you’re stuck on similar to the one you used to run over Romney? #Hackarma

– Wes (@FTWes) June 23, 2012

I can’t tell if Andrea Mitchell really was stuck on a train in Baltimore today, or if she just made it all up. I know how she enjoys that.

– Michael J. Lambert (@rackoflambert) June 23, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/06/22/andrea-mitchell-is-stuck-on-a-train/

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Community Post: 21 Reasons Why Studying Abroad In Japan Is The Best

1. You land in Japan and Immediately you are bombarded with more cuteness than you can handle

Hello Kitty is legitimately everywhere.

2. Nothing makes sense, and that doesn’t bother you

Seriously, nothing makes sense at all.

3. Riding trains everywhere

They are both fast and on time. Take that, Amtrak

4. Your rail pass is practically a work of art

And you thought your Eurail pass was cool

5. Onsens

Hold on, I’m just taking a bath with strangers in hot spring water.

6. When you call home, you are calling the past

You: Last night was great.

Them: Oh, awesome, I’m heading out now.

7. Kaiten Sushi

Also known as the optimal way to receive sushi

8. Speaking of which, Japanese food is awesome

9. You rarely get mistaken for being a local

10. You can appreciate all the things you liked as a child without seeming that childish

11. You have all kinds of new sports to care about

New goal: become Yokozuna

12. Shrines, temples and gardens are lovely places and you will know how to differentiate between them

13. Karaoke is a nearly nightly activity

14. Taiko Drum Master

and Game Centers in general

15. Going on field trips means going here

You might even end up here

16. This is not all that strange

17. Language classes double as art classes

18. You head to school each morning alongside these precious youngsters

19. You will see commercials featuring American celebrities

20. The world seems so efficient

21. Lost in Translation becomes your actual life

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/dray/21-reasons-why-studying-abroad-in-japan-is-the-bes-4666

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