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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Radical

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You think all my twitter observations just write themselves?!


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skorgu
48 days ago
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(*) I'm in this picture and I don't like it.
CallMeWilliam
49 days ago
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I feel this way everytime we look at the 401k balances.
jlvanderzwan
49 days ago
The what?
duerig
49 days ago
The irony is that the status quo is mostly being defended by the have-not outsiders who want to tweak the system around the edges by expanding medicare or whatever. While the people raging against and working to break the status quo are the haves who don't have a coherent ideology but somehow want to break the system that supports them but which forces them to pay some taxes and might sometimes help the have-nots. What an upside-down world we live in. It is as if Louis had tried to topple the monarchy while the assembly attempted to keep it in place.

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Numbers

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Dammit, I hate when the votey panel is funnier than the comic.


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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Language

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Have you noticed that you can take a sensation, then add any swear word of any kind, and the swear word intelligibly acts as emphasis?


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Why Labeling Antonio Banderas A 'Person Of Color' Triggers Such A Backlash

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Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is photographed after winning the best leading actor award for Pain and Glory at the Spanish Film Academy

When media called him one of the only actors of color nominated for an Oscar, many Spaniards mocked the term or got angry.

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“The backlash in Spain has been fierce.

Spanish media pounced on the word choice. Some publications accused the U.S. of having an "absurd obsession" with race. Others criticized Hollywood, saying that it was "convenient" to consider Banderas a person of color to appear more diverse.”
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Wavelength is one of the best party games we’ve ever played

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