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Fake News becomes… Fake Pants?

Written by on 25 April 2017

Nordstrom is “an American chain of luxury department stores headquartered in Seattle, Washington.” Now, they’re purveyors of propaganda, the likes of which has never been seen, even on Breitbart or MSNBC. They are marketing a denim blue jean pant with, get this, BUILT IN FAKE MUD. Their “Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans” offer a “Heavily distressed […]

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Who Knew Crappuccinos Could Be So Triggering?

Written by on 22 April 2017

Why does Starbucks hate its baristas? Dipping a toe into the realm of controversy for publicity is the only explanation for the recent triggering over the Unicorn Frappuccino. Only available for a limited time in participating stores, baristas were being tortured to make a dessert drink instead of a coffee creation. The only customers who could fully […]

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Packing a Bag for the Homeless

Written by on 20 April 2017

Recently I was garden shopping with a friend intent on a Spring spiffing up of her backyard and while helping her load the car, I noticed all of these random bags.  She revealed that they were her homeless bags. The befuddled expression on my face must have spoken volumes because she quickly explained that she fills […]

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It’s Time for Some Straight Talk About Men and Women

Written by on 11 April 2017

“Once you’ve seen one woman naked…you wanna see the rest of ’em naked.” —Ron White, They Call Me Tater Salad On April 4, The Federalist published a satirical piece by Hans Fiene, a Lutheran pastor, about how men and women can never be just friends. Fiene also posited that women, for the sake of America’s […]

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Vagina Hats for Venezuela

Written by on 11 April 2017

Vagina hats are that seemingly ubiquitous symbol of mile wide and inch deep feminism that represents the seriously silly, sophomoric, soporific, insipid, and frequently sedentary wing of the modern “unemployed, unwashed, angry idiots, who like to kill babies, but serial killers shouldn’t be put to death” members of the Democratic Party. You see them in […]

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What Marvel Could Learn From Astro City

Written by on 7 April 2017

By now, everyone from comics bloggers to news sites (both left and right-leaning) has had their say about comments by Marvel Comics vice president of sales David Gabriel saying the onslaught of diversity, including many female characters, is hurting sales. The responses to this ranged from, “that’s what happens when you mess with established characters,” […]

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All Lubes Are Not Created Equal

Written by on 6 April 2017

Contrary to some people’s beliefs, all lubes are not created equal. I’m saying this as someone who has done their research, as well as some testing. All steps of the scientific method were utilized, is what I’m saying—especially the experimental step. Saliva—it works enough to start some light penetration, but obviously you must be sure […]

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