• The untold truth of American Chopper
      TLC really hooked up Paul Jr.

      Paul Jr. was getting married to his fiancee Rachel Biester when TLC spotted a great business opportunity - put Paul and his fiancee on two of their hit shows! The two were spotlighted on both "Say yes to the dress" along with "Cake boss." While some people may say that TLC basically owns this family and forces them to do what they wish, I don't know anyone who would refuse help from master wedding dress and cake designers!
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  • THE LONE WANKERX
    • Candidate for F169 annual meet-up fest
      http://www.legendsofamerica.com/az-ruby.html

      Ruby, Arizona is one of the best preserved ghost towns in the state, filled with history, including lawlessness, murder, and mayhem, not to mention dozens of great photographic opportunities.
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  • GruntledX
    • ANTIFA are not anti fascists
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      Which is how the Nazi's ended up in power. The citizens got tired of the mindless violence. They preferred well-dressed, directed violence.
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    • great new movie without usual bs
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      Oh yes, she didn't age a bit in the 17 years in the movie. It was hard to believe that her husband wouldn't want to hit that at least one more time. The movie wasn't perfect. It would have been much improved with a nude scene of her, instead of negro on negro gang rape.
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    • Anti-Illegal Immigration Ads Violate Twitter's 'Hate Speech' Rules; But BLM and Antifa stuff is just fine!?
      http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/18/anti-illegal-immigration-ads-violate-twitters-hate-speech-rules/

      Twitter has rejected a conservative organization's request to promote tweets highlighting the harmful effects of illegal immigration, apparently because using the word "illegal" to refer to immigrants violates the company's hate speech rules.

      Organizations can pay Twitter to re-up previously posted tweets in the form of promoted content. The promoted tweets function as ads, allowing businesses or advocacy groups to push their content out to a wider group of Twitter users.

      The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), a Washington, D.C.-based immigration research group, recently submitted three tweets for promotion:

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  • Finance_BoiX
    • Bagger logic
      Nothing to see here folks move along

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