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John Oliver Wants the World to Watch a Dancing Zebra

James Radke
Published Online: Tuesday, Mar 21, 2017
 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver added a 23-minute clip of a dancing zebra in front of a green screen to their youtube channel. According to Oliver, the news lately has been extremely grim and he decided that the news would be a lot nicer if a dancing zebra were involved. And to help spread the fun, anyone can download the clip and use it to create their own news stories and thereby make the recent news seem more tolerable.  
 
Here is the clip.
 
 
 
 Our staff at Rare Disease Report are currently working on a project just for the above clip but in the meantime, we would just like to point out that – we thought of it first! 
 
Here are a couple video clips examples from a long, long time ago. Back when zebras were only cool in the rare disease community.
 
 
 



To get your version of John Oliver's  #justaddzebras, click here.
 
To learn more about zebras and their connection to the rare disease community, click here.


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