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It's satire. Despite the community being called The Onion, articles from all satire sites are allowed. See the sidebar for an (incomplete) list of links.

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[-] [email protected] 31 points 3 days ago

I return your pettiness to you. Bye now. 👋

lmao oh no! Anyway...

[-] [email protected] 24 points 3 days ago

lol okay pal, that's enough of you. Bye now. 👋

[-] [email protected] 75 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

“hands would be magenta” my guy you probably shoulda googled that word before committing to it.

Magenta is a purple-ish red color which on it's own doesn't really work as a reference to blood, but the author chose that specific color because it's also the name of Blue's friend next door, a dog named Magenta.

https://bluesclues.fandom.com/wiki/Magenta

Perhaps you should've googled that before committing to your comment?

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I'm really looking forward to this movie. I went into the audiobook knowing nothing about the story and could not have enjoyed it more, I think it's Andy Weir's best work. But with Lord & Miller at the helm along with Ryan Gosling set to star? I can't imagine a better line up working on this adaptation. It's going to give The Martian (2015) one hell of a run for it's money.

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I'll be sure to forward that video to thehardtimes.net. Hopefully they'll tease the ghost of Carl Sagan equally to settle any concerns of unfair treatment.

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Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

As it is, the first time this was posted, biologists and pharmacists discussed the merits of the claims and came to the conclusion that this was unlikely to be real.

Link please? Kinda feel like I shouldn't have had to ask for that based on how you chose to begin your comment but here we are.

[-] [email protected] 333 points 2 months ago

I've said it before and I'll say it again, Tucker Carlson is a traitor and a Russian asset.

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“She said something that I considered to be a false accusation,” he said, later adding: “I just wanted to defend myself, my family and, frankly, the presidency.”

You sexually assaulted her in 1996 you dumb sack of shit. It was two full decades before you fell ass backwards into the Oval office. This has nothing to do with the presidency. It's about you and your crimes.

Edit: The defamation claim is absolutely about the sexual assault taking place. That’s what he was referring to when he said “something I consider to be a false accusation”. Anyone trying to tell you this trial has nothing to do with the sexual assault is an idiot.

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States that participate in the federal program are required to cover half of the administrative costs, which would cost Nebraska an estimated $300,000. Advocates of the program note that the administrative cost is far outweighed by the $18 million benefit, which the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates would benefit 175,000 Nebraska children who might otherwise go hungry on some days during the summer.

Imagine being such a reprehensible monster that you'd let 175k children in your state starve rather than participate in a federal program that'd help feed them when school is out each summer. It's unconscionable.

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