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This Tulsa news anchor dropped a C-bomb during a recent broadcast (video)

9:00 AM EDT on September 18, 2012

The woman pictured above is KJRH news anchor Liz Bryant. Since we really don't know a lot about the media babes of our state's second city, let's take a look at her bio from

Liz Bryant joined KJRH in August 2011 as a multi-media journalist.

Liz is excited to be back home!  A native of Tulsa, she attended Jenks Schools.

Liz graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in broadcast journalism and psychology.

Liz began her career in Joplin, Mo. at KSNF and KODE.  During her two years, she took on various roles, including weekend weather anchor, news anchor, reporter and sports sideline reporter.

The most notable experience during Liz's broadcasting career is the May 22, 2011 tornado in Joplin.  Only minutes after the twister passed, with lightning and live power lines surrounding her, Liz interviewed victims of the tornado.

Not knowing if her home was still intact, Liz anchored the May 22 show from 10 p.m. until 3 a.m.

For the next three months, Liz made national television appearances and interviewed high-powered officials.

Liz has already won a number of awards in her short career.

Impressive, huh? Not only has Liz interviewed many "high-powered" officials, but she's won also "numerous awards in her short career." Now if only she can refrain from calling McDonald's customers c-nts, she'll be on the fast track to success.

Wait. What? From a short video clip we obtained through the Ogle Mole Network:

Are we really supposed to believe that 15% of McDonald's cun, I'm sorry, consumers, really count their calories? That seems about 15% too high. That would be like a binge drinking alcoholic being concerned with how many drinks they've had. You're at McDonald's. Don't be a cunt. Super-size that value meal and live a little!

p.s. - I think we just broke a record for the most c-word references in one post that didn't involve Sally Kern. My apologies.

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