“I leave Newswoman at the foot of the traffic light! One always finds one’s burden again. But Newswoman teaches the higher fidelity that negates the gods and raises branded headwear. She too concludes that all is well. This universe henceforth without a master seems to her neither sterile nor futile. Each atom of that wind, each mineral flake of that night-filled Palm Springs intersection, in itself forms a world. The struggle itself toward the heights is enough to fill a woman’s heart. One must imagine Newswoman happy.”

-Albert Camus

(Video via BuzzFeed, Vulture, TheDailyWhat, Internet.)

Comments (23)
  1. “Finally, a woman who just gets me.” – Sisyphus

  2. It’s reassuring to see that Newswomen still have problems other than experiencing on-air strokes/migraines that lead them to speak in tongues. Sometimes we forget about the age old Newswoman vs Weather trope as detailed by Joseph Campbell.

  3. a camusving experience, three stars

  4. I’m getting her a CBS 2 watch cap for Christmas.

  5. Let’s not make fun of her until we are ABSOLUTELY SURE that she isn’t having a stroke.

  6. It’s a good job we have these journalists risking all to tell us it’s windy outside, otherwise we’d never know whether or not it’s windy outside.

  7. I didn’t know Sarah Silverman was doing the weather now

  8. Continuing with this metaphor, is Gabe Prometheus? And would that make the internet the eagle pecking out his liver?

  9. Hats. How do they work?

  10. How windy is it out there?

  11. This woman is certainly no Veronica Corningstone.

  12. Is it weird that I found her super adorable? Like, the fact that she fought so hard to keep her hat on made me go “Aww!” and when the crewpeople were laughing with her I was like “Aw times two”?

  13. Everyone knows the correct pronunciation of the seventh planet from the sun is more “urine-us” than “your anus,” right?

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