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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 12/21/18



I always feel like Facebook is watching me (because they are!)

A NASA engineer got back at package thieves with a glitter bomb and fart spray.

Pete Souza throws shade

"It's like a manhood thing for him — as if manhood could ever be associated with him — this wall thing," - Nancy Pelosi with the third degree burns

The Toledo Weed is the Christmas miracle we all need to end this trash fire year (and NPR agrees)

The Toledo Weed in it's early stages 

The Toledo Weed today - look at the joy!! 

 

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