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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 10/28/16



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"All Hallows' Eve...when the veil between worlds is thinand whether you believe in such things or not, those roaming spirits probably believe in you..." —Erin Morganstern

Married stars of 'Fixer Upper' are now bestsellers.
Their new creamsicle in book form, The Magnolia Story, already has 1 million copies in print.

Justin Beiber wants to talk.
So stop with the screaming.

Tom Hanks or Bill Murray???
¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Comics fans force female writer off Twitter.
Proving yet again that comics fans are scared of strong women, they trolled author Chelsea Cain, author of Marvel's Mockingbird, after the latest and final issue featured a character sporting a shirt that reads, "Ask Me About My Feminist Agenda."

R.I.P. Vine #vine

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