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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 12/2/16



According to Merriam-Webster, "fascism" is still the #1 word looked up in 2016.
The highest number of lookups = Word of the Year. There is still time to look something else up. The Oxford dictionary chose "post-truth" for its word of the year and Dictionary.com chose "xenophobia."

Hipster Millennials are killing the Big Mac.
F-ing hipsters.

Roughly half-dozen pride flags are outside of homes on the block where Mike Pence lives.
Neighbors say more are on the way.

"Hell is Instagram."
—Justin Bieber

Who said art is dead? (see below)

Guy Fieri eating to "Hurt" By Johnny Cash from Mayor Wertz on Vimeo.

 

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