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Fly on the Wall wants to start 2018 with a long slow clap for the WMC-5 team who have finally perfected the TV news formula.

In one innovative Tweet about freezing temperatures, these folks figured out how to make the weather report a crime story — and for kids!

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Tennessee GOP

Scott Desjarlais, of Tennessee's House of Representatives, has spent the last week being mocked online following claims that God has forgiven the Christian, pro-life conservative for having extramarital sex with his patients and pressuring women in his life to have abortions.

@TheTweetOfGod responded to Desjarlis' claim saying, "I most certainly did not, fat Vin Diesel."

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Dammit, Gannett!

"The cat came back. But it wasn't the next day. It was two years later." — from "Cat Back With Joyful Owners After Two Years," the story of a Clarksville family that lost their cat then got it back, printed in The Commercial Appeal.

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