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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 3/24/17



45 went after a 17-year-old's parody website, Trump Scratch

Nothing is safe from the hands of hipsters

An overdue library book was returned 75 years later. Late fees 👀

Short stories can be found in Paris vending machines for free.

Kellyanne Conway rocks a picture of herself wearing a hooded, mink cloak on her mantle

"Charlie is the space doggo we need right now." Cred to @RogueNASA @darth @dog_rates

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