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News Anchor Demands Viewers Stop Sending Photos of Snow-Covered Patio Furniture in Hilarious Rant [VIDEO]

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The weather outside is frightful and the photos depicting it are most definitely not delightful.

Kyle Clark, an anchor with KUSA in Colorado, has set the internet ablaze, thanks to a commentary in which he begged viewers to stop sending in pictures of snow-covered patio furniture.

Clark has some valid points and seems to have hit a nerve — nearly half a million people have watched the video on YouTube.

Still, some folks didn’t seem too pleased, as Clark noted on Twitter:

 

We can’t wait to see how the public reacts when Clark delivers a hard-hitting piece on why kissing under the mistletoe is lame.

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