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News Anchor Rants About Viewer-Submitted Pics of Snowy Patio Furniture

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Marisa Kabas

By Marisa Kabas on November 22, 2013

You know what really grinds Kyle Clark’s gears, what puts his panties in a twist, burns his bacon, chaps his ass? It’s his news station’s idiot viewers who cannot for the life of them take TV-ready photos of the snow.

Clark, an anchor on Colorado’s 9News, delivered a two-minute rant — which was two minutes too long — aimed at snow-covered patio furniture and the frequency with which it appears in viewer-submitted photos.

This is more of a plea than a rant, because this guy is honest-to-God pissed off about that damn patio furniture.

“Why is it that every time it snows we whip out photos of our patio sets like we’re showing off baby photos of our kids? Is that really the best we can do? We live in one of the most beautiful spots on Earth but we point our cameras toward the back porch. Yes, everyone is impressed you have a four-piece set: we saw it at Costco, too.”

Don’t be surprised when you see this headline tomorrow: Local News Anchor “Accidentally” Buried In Snow Drift.

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[via 9News]
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