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Viral video news memes bring fame – but still feel almost racist

14 January 2016 10:44 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Memes like this week’s Tulsa woman being interviewed about a fire and Antoine Dodson’s Bed Intruder aren’t explicitly demeaning but still make you cringe

Mercifully, someone won the Powerball lottery on Wednesday night – a mystery man or woman in Chino Hills, California, a town I’ve probably driven through on the way to Palm Springs and didn’t even notice. The jackpot hit a staggering $1.6bn before it was finally claimed. That astronomical figure worked up normally sane individuals into a frothy mixture of avarice and maniacal delusion. Lines of miserable, desperate Americans formed outside of liquor stores, and it wasn’t even Christmas. Congratulations are in order for the newly minted billionaire, as the odds of winning the prize money stood at 1-in-292.2m, meaning you had a better chance of waking up one day as Ted Cruz, winning the Republican nomination for president, impregnating yourself like in the movie Junior, »

- Dave Schilling

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Woman Hilariously Recounts Apartment Fire and 10 More of the Best News Cameos of All Time

12 January 2016 3:10 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Ah, local news. It's gifted us with only the best of viral stars. Just this week, Michelle Dobyne of Tulsa, Oklahoma, joined their storied ranks when she recounted a fire that terrorized her apartment complex: News On 6 captured the quotable interview ("we ain't goin' be in no fire, not today") at the Casa Linda Apartments. Dobyne, her husband and their three kids escaped from the fire unharmed, but as of Monday they were sleeping in their car while their apartment remained boarded up. The Tulsa news station posted an address where you can send donations to the victims. In the meantime, »

- Lydia Price, @lydsprice

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Woman Hilariously Recounts Apartment Fire and 10 More of the Best News Cameos of All Time

12 January 2016 3:10 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Ah, local news. It's gifted us with only the best of viral stars. Just this week, Michelle Dobyne of Tulsa, Oklahoma, joined their storied ranks when she recounted a fire that terrorized her apartment complex: News On 6 captured the quotable interview ("we ain't goin' be in no fire, not today") at the Casa Linda Apartments. Dobyne, her husband and their three kids escaped from the fire unharmed, but as of Monday they were sleeping in their car while their apartment remained boarded up. The Tulsa news station posted an address where you can send donations to the victims. In the meantime, »

- Lydia Price, @lydsprice

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