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No more water

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Time to start your own facebook…it’s called blogging

SAN FRANCISCO — Mikita Burton has had a Facebook account for nine years, nearly as long as her youngest child has been alive. And, until arguments about the presidential election spread like a contagion throughout her news feed, she averaged three hours a day chatting with friends on the social network.

Now, she tops out at 20 minutes, has deleted the app from her phone and traded in Facebook for Instagram. The 41-year-old mother of three from Overland, Kan., posts on Facebook once a week, catching up with close friends by texting, calling or meeting them for coffee or happy hour.

“The less time I spent on Facebook, the better I felt,” says Burton, who works for the school district

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They done stepped in poo #russiagate

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…so now god is to blame for #metoo

Female Rabbi Publishes The Single Stupidest Piece On Biblical Adam And Eve Ever Written. It’s Not Close.



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On Thursday eveningThe Forwardunleashed the single most illiterate piece ever written on the Biblical story of Adam and Eve. The piece defies description; it has to be read to be believed. Its central thesis, however, is that God somehow sexually harassed Eve, and that Eve is “the first case of #MeToo

We don’t have a drug problem in America. We have a greed problem. Fentanyl is worth $1 million per pound on the street. For money like that you’re going to have trouble.

10 lbs of death was found in frozen fish, just how much more got through…

Wet snow


This needs to happen

It’s almost that time of year…


More on Cicero

He had many more words and fragments of the longer multi-paragraph form of “Lorem Ipsum” that can also be found in this passage of <!-De Finibus. The passage, in its entirety, relates to hedonism, and how sometimes we do unpleasant things to reach pleasurable goals, and sometimes indulgence in pleasure can incur painful consequences. The passage concludes, “The wise man therefore always holds in these matters to this principle of selection: he rejects pleasures to secure other greater pleasures, or else he endures pains to avoid worse pains.”