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by Raechel Gladstone
Mice, rabbits, primates…
Subject: Laboratory testing on beagles.
Theory: For consumer benefit.
Effect: Consumer’s stomach churns.
A snout mask is, basically, duct taped to “test beagles”, delivering contaminants for them to breathe in… and breathe in… and breathe in: cigarette fumes, or drain-cleaner fumes, or exhaust fumes, or any fumes that companies are worried could make potential buyers (instantly) sick. 613 more words
Saturday brought another pilgrimage to my local Walmart (more than a few call it “Wally World” after the fictional theme park in the first Vacation movie, the one with Chevy Chase and Christie Brinkley in it) which I usually do on Friday or Saturday. 369 more words
“Unlike Moss, Sykes and Wells, who spend all their time trying to persuade voters they have magical power, Gorry, Old and Young have grounded their campaign messages in reality. 729 more words
So, the first presidential debate is behind us.
What did you think?
Well, not so fast.
According to polls from conservative sites like Drudge and Breitbart Trump won. 362 more words