Journalism is an industry filled with legendary names: Ernie Pyle, Edward R. Murrow, Martha Gelhorn, and ... yes, Ron Burgundy.
The fictional anchorman from the movie "Anchorman" got a spot in the Newseum in Washington, next to those real-life war correspondents and dogged investigators.
A museum spokeswoman told the Los Angeles Times that the movie had a societally-relevant message about how hard it was for women to become news anchors, when faced with sexists like Burgundy.
All I have to say is: You stay classy, San Diego.
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