Celebrity death results in two incidents of accidental racism on local news.

Celebrity death results in two incidents of accidental racism on local news.
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In case you missed these when they aired live, either on account of living outside the broadcast area or on account of not knowing local news shows still existed, here's the full transcript: "We are now receiving reports that Michael Clarke Duncan has passed away from ongoing heart complications. Duncan is best known for his roles in movies such as Armageddon and The Green Mile, his Grammy winning R&B albums, funny Old Spice commericals, playing Uncle Phil on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, being the first black President, playing point guard for the Chicago Bulls, the famous "I Have A Dream Speech," inventing nearly 200 ways to use the peanut, and making a sex tape with Kim Kardashian. He was 54." Terrible. 

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