It's not often you get to watch a full roadside drunk driving test. Less often that you get to watch a mayor going through it. Yet it turns out Lambertville Mayor David DelVecchio was not charged with drunk driving because once brought to police headquarters he passed two breath tests.
This terrible but funny version of "O Holy Night" has been around for a long time, and no one ever seems to know who really recorded it. The first time I heard about it was in 2004 when it was given to me on an old fashioned cassette. I was told it was an audition tape from the guy's local church.
It's become a tradition on the show to play the mysterious rendition of "Oh Holy Night" by a person who just can't sing. Many have claimed to be the voice behind it but no one really knows for sure who it is. It's gone around the internet for about a decade now.
As we approach Christmas, and so many of you get to be with your children for the holidays, here's a reminder of those who often can't. One young man thought he'd be spending Christmas without his father who he believed was still stationed in Afghanistan. He hadn't seen him in 9 months. Then the surprise came.
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