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Oprah Fails Fact Check Too
Everything on the Internet is real, that’s what Matt Buchanan thinks. Too bad it’s not the truth. Matt Buchanan, don’t be sad, pwnage on the Internet is perfectly normal. Live and learn.
Even the Oprah Winfrey Show, a national TV show with considerably more resources, got fooled too, in a different situation.
“Over 9000″ is one of the internet MEMES (or insider jokes) started by 4chan, masters of internet ownage.
In an episode, Oprah talks about a serious topic, unfortunately Oprah and her staff did not fact check. Oprah show didn’t realized they’ve been pranked, resulting in broadcasting of the prankster’s quote in earnest on national TV.
The incredible quote, too good to be true, contains the “over 9000″ meme.
Video: Oprah Pwned by 4Chan on National TV
NSFW? (Serious topic):
Video: (NSFW) Oprah Prank Awesome 4Chan Techno Remix
A funny techno music video remix (featuring pedobear) making fun of the Oprah Winfrey Show fact-checking fail:
Perhaps the creatives at 4chan need to remix Matt Buchanan’s article?
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