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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 6/9/17



Father John Misty made up a song about James Comey

books are garbage

"I'm a little confused, Senator."

Ted Cruz says Al Franken's new book is full of covfefe

Will Tom Cruise ever be a good actor again?

Here's some affirmation for you daily social media users

Dafuq happened in Britain?

For what it's worth, here's William Shatner's favorite recent reads

Happy St. Comey's Days:

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