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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 6/2/17



Bo Obama Addresses Graduates of Dayton Obedience School

Help us, Merriam-Webster. #covfefe

It's important to listen to imaginary voices

Plot twist. Mr. Courtroom, John Grisham, has written a beach book

Don't use a blowtorch to rob an ATM

CNN fires Kathy Griffin in response to bloody Trump head image

"I guess for a second, I thought a cello was a woodwind instrument and it is not"

Check out these timely writing tips from George Orwell

This artist turned iTunes's Terms and Conditions into a graphic novel

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