Don't tell anyone, but Obama hits his head on helicopter
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Superfluous news just isn't news. If it's not serious, it shouldn't be reported on - much less discussed. Ever.
You responded with, "Don't you have anything better to do?"
Or, "Slow news day, huh?"
And, "You're ruining the paper!"
Obama hit his head
Nor are we going to include the video (below) which includes a frame-by-frame analysis of the mishap.
We haven't heard if Obama suffered a bruise as a result of the blunder. Nor do we know if the helicopter sustained any damage.
And if we did know, we wouldn't tell you because it's not real news.