This is why Anderson Cooper is the best at what he does. He's broadcasting live from Geza, bomb explodes in the background and comments on it. If I were there, I'd take off my mic and say, "Well, this is when I never do this ever again," and retire.

While talking about what's going on in Geza, you see the light of the explosion, followed by a loud sound. He ducks, as anyone would, holds back his cussing (nobody else would) and simply said, "that was a rather large explosion." He then explains that several explosions have happened in the past couple of hours.

Then, from there, he continues with the rest of his broadcast, like a champ.