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It also could have been Neil Young. Or Grover Cleveland. Or Funkadelic guitarist Eddie Hazel. The possibilities are endless when you put a question mark at the end..
We'll say it: The Daily has found its voice.
Adolescence is tough enough without The Washington Post making body image the subject of an open-ended blog post. Besides, all the commenters are just going to tell the insecure 14-year-olds to buy gold.
It's a cat. We'd expect nothing less.
Look who needs a favor! Should have thought of that before you told Vice how much you hate us. (In truth, this is a serious issue: airlines should not be losing people's furry loved ones.)
If there's a tasteless retweet in there involving a variation on the phrase "At least he made the trains run on time," we sure can't find it.
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