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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 2/3/17



Obama Vacation | Radio Waves

White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, retweeted The Onion un-ironically.

Hate Taylor Swift? Wanna date someone who shares your disdain? Download the hot new dating app, Hater.

This is what it's like to blow a trumpet in Despicable Don's face.

Ultimate Tazer Soccer is a real fucking thing.

Women are "swiping left" on America's most popular men's haircut, known as the "fashy" (as in fascist).

J.K. Rowling is woke on Twitter rn.

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