Hot blonde news anchor gives new meaning to the phrase “turkey gobbler”

by editor on December 13, 2010

There was an unfortunate moment the other day on San Diego Living, a TV show on San Diego’s Channel 6. A very unfortunate moment, indeed. A moment that Renée Kohn, the show’s co-host, undoubtedly wishes she could take back.

But this is a YouTube world, Renée, and your moment of infamy will live forever.

Let’s just say that Renée will have no shortage of invitations to Christmas dinner this year.

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VelvetKevorkian
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Nice form!

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Rock Hard
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A True Gobbler. Lucky Husband

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jp justice
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Wow… for a second there I thought she was a real GOBBLER, she obviously has previous “calling” experience, Goooooood Girrrrrrrrrl A+

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Jeff
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That was funny and she was really cool about it. Glad some people still have a sense of humor.

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Navyvet
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BJ Bubba is on his way to San Diego. Looks like a lot of experience to me.

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KimmyQueen
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Ewwww….

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danybhoy
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KQ, if you think this was odd, I would wager a fair chunk of change that Barney Frank could teach Renee Kohn a few things about what that looked like. I’m just saying…

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Philanthropist
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I think I’m in Love……
or lust, whatever…….

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Bob Porrazzo
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To be on the technical here San Diego’s channel 6 has the call letters XETV. The station is actually licensed to Tijuana, Baja, California, Mexico, but has its studios in San Diego.

The station’s Wikipedia site (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XETV) mentions this little quirk…”XETV broadcasts 24 hours a day. However, for legal sign-on purposes and as required by Mexican regulations (specifically Article 41 of Mexico’s Law on the National Arms, Flag, and Anthem), its broadcast day begins at 5:00 a.m. Pacific time Monday through Saturday and 6:00 a.m. on Sundays; this begins with the playing of both El Himno Nacional Mexicano and The Star Spangled Banner, followed by the customary operational information and disclaimer, read in both English and Spanish”As seen in the example below…but this is from when XETV was a Fox affiliate.

It is now a CW station.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zMP3HUk_I8&feature=fvst

By the way, TV stations in Buffalo, would sometimes play both the US and Canadian anthems when they signed off or on the air.

As for that turkey caller incident…I wonder if they will have to now call the station XXXETV (Triple X-ETV)…just sayin’!

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danybhoy
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Wow!

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SC
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Now that made me laugh…

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RockingHorseGuy
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And for her next trick, I want to see her exercise with a “Shake Weight.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-z85Pku9uE

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Paden
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Now thats a Freudian slip!
Her Mother must be so proud.

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kissjrj
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In my best Buthead voive. Uh uh uh uh whoa, did you see that, Beavis?

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YT
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Just by looking at the screenshot I thought this was the new “snuggie” infomercial.

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Im_a_Democrat
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and it looks like this girl could give a great Lewinsky.

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Diogenes
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You guys owe me a new keyboard…..I just spit out my coffee laughing!

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Neo-7
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Impressive !!!

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CO2Insanity
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Gives a whole new meaning to ‘in depth’ news coverage.

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redabogado
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Thank heaven for instant replay so we know whether or not the “call was blown” and the penalty flag was “premature”.

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