Justin Charity and K. Austin Collins on the meme-ification of Kim Jong Un’s sister (1:18), the overheated response to the Obama family’s official portraits (8:22), The New York Times’ op-ed problem (13:30), and—in anticipation of Black Panther—the merits of the Blade film franchise (22:04).
‘Damage Control’: Obama Portraits and The New York Times’ Op-Ed Problems
Plus: Why is the internet going wild over Kim Jong Un’s sister?
By Justin Charity and K. Austin Collins
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