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i have no niche

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THE FUTURE IS POT VENDING MACHINES.

"I feel really bad for that girl who had to go to, like, six weddings in Westeros this summer, only to keep having the groom get murdered before she even gets served a fucking piece of cake." (via Game of Boners: A Different Kind of Pie)

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i would buy this sandwich IN A HEARTBEAT. chicago knows me so well.

Our society’s comfort level with offensive language and content has drastically shifted over the past few decades, but the stance of our news media has barely changed at all. Even when certain words are necessary to the understanding of a story, the media frequently resort to euphemisms or coy acrobatics that make stories read as if they were time capsules written decades ago, forcing us all into wink-wink-nudge-nudge territory. Even in this essay, I am unable to be clear about many of my examples. Taste is a legitimate concern. But this isn’t a matter of sprinkling salty words around to spice up the content. These circumlocutions actually deprive readers of the very thing these institutions so grandly promise: news and information. At a time when readers can simply go online to find the details from more nimble upstarts willing to be frank, the mainstream media need to accurately report language that is central to their stories.

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THIS IS THE STUFF OF MY LIQUID DREAMS.

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