Our last question asked: What bizarre misfortune recently befell sprinter Usain Bolt, widely regarded as "the fastest man in the world?" He was taken out by a cameraman on a Segway.
Congratulations to editor Anna Holland for being the very first to get that right! Honorable mentions go out to Tom Burton, Sabrina Buckwalter, Anita Ferrer (who notes "Both are okay"), Lori Friedman, Tom Dines (who adds "ex-cameraman I should say"), Craig Pittman, Thomas Feyer, Ken Walker (who dubs it "SSSS (Sudden Segway Swerve Syndrome)"), Ishaan, Jeanne Kirk, Dan Rosenbaum (who bills it "the perfect metaphor for today's media environment"), Lucia A. Walinchus (who observes "Apparently it's not possible to get out of Bolt's way in time even w/ wheels"), Brianne O'Donnell, Tiffany R. Jansen, Rebecca Olson, Chris Lombardi, Brian Hyland (who wonders "Was cameraman cited 4 #DistractedDriving?"), Claudine Laforce, Rose Zu, John Wall, Ron Casalotti, Lizzy Shaw (who suggests "only thing that could keep up with him?"), Robert Fortner, Eric Francis (who notes "Isn't there a lesson in here about bad Segways in media coverage?"), Robin Lloyd (who calls it getting "segway-laid'), and Hollywood Highlands, for all getting that right as well.
As for today's question, here it is: Who just announced at the VMAs that they'll run for president in 2020?
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