WDHA’s Weird News – Fuzzy Turns To Weird Al For Inspiration
Inspiration can come from some odd places. In the case of WDHA’s Weird News, who better for Fuzzy to turn to than Weird Al?
ANNOUNCER – Time now for WDHA’s Weird News with Michael Fuzzy Lee.
FUZZY – Today in Weird News, owners of a convenience store on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, were shocked to see a bear wander into their business. They thought the bear may go on a rampage, but instead, he just sifted through some candy bars until he found what he really wanted – gummy bears.
I do have recorded audio taken from a security camera as the bear entered the store. So let’s roll the clip.
CONVENIENCE STORE EMPLOYEE – Oh, my God. It’s an evil black bear who came to eat us all. Everybody run!
ARNOLD AUDIO – Get to the choppa!
CONVENIENCE STORE EMPLOYEE – Hold it. False alarm. He’s just looking for some gummy bears. AW, he’s such a cute little fella with a sweet tooth. Let’s cuddle him.
FUZZY – Good to know the bear wasn’t the one on a rioting rampage. That at least Arnold was around to help out. And lastly, in weird news, most Americans were told in advance about the EAS test that happened back on October 4, but not the Amish community.
Normally, it wouldn’t matter whose members live without modern electronics. But when the alert went out, some Amish people got into a lot of trouble because they had phones they were hiding.
AHA! So they got caught red handed. Those little deviants. But there’s only one person I know who could properly reprimand them.
WEIRD AL – If you come to visit, you’ll be bored to tears, we haven’t even paid the phone bill in 300 years, But we ain’t really quaint so please don’t point and stare we’re just technologically impaired.
That’s right. The Amish are supposed to be technologically impaired according to “Amish Paradise,” they should be reprimanded. And that’s Weird Al for DHA’s Weird News.