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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 6/23/17



Snake venom may be the secret to immortality

Books by Barack Obama's father come up for auction

Slipknot singer says Nickelback singer is an idiot who has "a face like a foot"

Bill Clinton and James Patterson collab on mystery novel

Marvel releases Rock 'n Roll variant covers 

1,000 hugs from 10,000 fireflies

Panicking Mitch McConnell shoves entire Senate Healthcare Bill into mouth as Democrat walks past

 

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