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Steve Keeley Stars in Letterman's Top Ten List

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Steve Keeley's snow plow incident continues to inspire late night talk shows.  David Letterman poked fun at it in his top ten.

Top Ten Thoughts Going Through This Reporter's Mind at This Moment

10. Hey that snow almost hit me.

9.  I blame Obama.

8. Usually snow plow drivers are a little more courteous.

7. My outfit is ruined.

6. Get my consultant to tell that snow plow driver he is a jerk.

5. Well it was worth it to show our viewers what a snow plow look like.

4.  I must have pissed off Governor Christie.

3.  This is still better than working for Letterman.

2. Snowblow me.

1. Help me Winter Jesus!

 

Not to be outdone, Steve Keeley made his own top ten list

 

10. Is that all you got? That's your best shot? You gotta be kidding.

 9. Wait...I think that blowing and drifting I talked about earlier just picked up a bit.

8. What is that on my back?  It's still too early for mosquito season.

7. Yeah I guess you could say people are right when they say New Jerseyans can be pushy and rude sometimes.

6. I just have two words to say...Lundy Law.

5. Is that another anchor person trying to interrupt me again before I'm done talking?

4. I think a Nor'easter is about to slam South Jersey but it's gonna just be a fast moving clipper system.

3. Can someone get that itch in the middle of my back?

2. This is why Letterman stopped  being a weatherman in Indianapolis in the 70's.

1. Whoever that is tapping me on the shoulder, I'll be with you as soon as I'm done my liveshot 

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