Super Sunday

Ft. Lauderdale, FL – I’m updating this morning from the hotel business center because my iPhone took a dive last night into a pond in the lobby.

I was chatting with WDSU morning anchor Melanie Hebert when my wife called. As I answered the phone and lifted it to my ear, it slipped through my hands, bounced on the ledge behind me and tumbled into the water.  Melanie made sure she snapped a few pics as I was trying to rescue the phone with the help of one of our news photographers.

So…all the pictures and videos I’ve shot on the iPhone this trip are gone. I did upload most of the videos to my YouTube channel, but a lot of the pictures were never transferred to a computer.

Now I plan to hustle over to the nearest AT&T store, which is about 20 minutes away, and replace the drowned phone.

Meanwhile, I’ll head to the stadium at 2 p.m. today for what promises to be a long day/night/morning of Super Bowl 44 coverage. Assuming I am able to replace the phone, I’ll update from the stadium here and on Twitter.

As we get closer to game time, I’ll also unveil my score prediction.

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Comments

  1. Don’t worry Scott I will post the pictures of you over the rail in the pond very soon. Guess the rice didn’t work. And, you do have such a long day ahead… must have been tough to wake up around noon! 😉

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