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



Rachel Maddow released Tump's never-before-seen tax report from 2005. (Seriously).

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The music portion of the cluster-fuck-mega-fest that is SXSW is taking place this week

2017 isn’t ‘1984’it’s stranger than Orwell imagined

Get hip to the latest genre of "anti-self-help" books

Trump calls Snoop Dogg's career "failing"

This week is Spring Break. At lease for Ohio State, anyways. Stay safe out there, kids 👽

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