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A 16-Year-Old Girl With Nowhere Else To Turn Trusted Them. But They Had Their Own Agenda.

Lizz Winstead, co-creator of "The Daily Show," went through a pretty traumatic thing when she was 16. But instead of burying it, she shared her story.

A 16-Year-Old Girl With Nowhere Else To Turn Trusted Them. But They Had Their Own Agenda.

Before you go off about how this topic isn’t funny — we all know that. But sometimes it’s easier to tell a story while laughing rather than crying. Share this if you agree.

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KFOR Weather Woman Emily Sutton got props from a local Mexican restaurant that was so smitten with her responses to an angry viewer that they offered her free food and margaritas for life.

If you spend enough time on social media, you quickly learn everybody has got an opinion on everything. And most people aren't afraid to voice said opinions, even if they aren't very good.

Of course one could argue there's no such thing as a "good" opinion or a "right" or "wrong" one. I'd argue that if you've got an opinion on something, it should be based on some type of evidence or logic. Perfect example: if you're trying to tell me that Ross from Friends isn't a psychopath, then you clearly haven't seen this video or heard the show without a laugh track.

And if you need an even clearer example of a bad opinion, I offer up Richard Weathers for consideration. He got on local reporter Emily Sutton's case after seeing she delivered a weather broadcast that employed the use of a Spanish translator.

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