This seems to be of a guy who's notable for getting himself
repeatedly interviewed in news coverage of various things as a non-
notable "man on the street".
In addition to the Wikipedia-internal issues of whether somebody like
that should have an article, this raises the point that, in the "real
world" as well as on Wikipedia forums, appearances of public
sentiment, opinion, consensus, and so on can be deceiving, as the
people (even when they seem like "just ordinary folks") who are seen
or heard expressing their views on something (on the TV news or on a
Wikipedia talk page or mailing list) are a self-selected bunch who
want to be heard, or want attention, or have other motives that set
them apart from the "masses".
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