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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 2/17/17



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Press Secretary Sean Spicer is a sad, sad man. In an article at CNN, they describe his office décor:

"Three weeks after the inauguration, the only things adorning the White House press secretary’s shelves are a framed picture of himself at the podium, a book on Naval Special Warfare (he’s in the Reserve), and a Super Soaker commemorating the infamous “Saturday Night Live” skit in which he, played by an enraged Melissa McCarthy, berated reporters while dousing them with soapy water."

This thing turns what you're typing into a drum beat. Pretty sweet.

According to the country's Spotify, Australia's number one song for having sex to last year was the Cantina Band music from the first Star Wars movie.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 17 February, 2017 Death-Rattle of Culture | 0 comments
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