re: Roses are red, no right to an appeal
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This either needs to have the comment on the bottom cropped out or the title updated to "That coffee's just for closers son, and you're sure as shit no closer."

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re: What’s the greatest closing line of any movie?
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{ posted: 16 hours ago // views: 11 // words: 7 }

Not the last line.

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re: Elizabeth Warren Releases DNA Results: She’s Native American
reddit (comment)
{ posted: 16 hours ago // views: 5 // words: 34 }

In other news, Donald Trump's recent genetic testing reveals that half of all of his ancestors were female. So don't even get him started on lady problems. He's hep to that.

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What’s the greatest closing line of any movie?
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{ posted: 16 hours ago // views: 9 // words: 4 }

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Instagram #Bo7RNVFAYQV
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{ posted: Sunday, 14 October, 2018 at 3:57pm // views: 7 // words: 7 }

Good work tablet.

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Instagram #Bo5MOUPAlED
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{ posted: Saturday, 13 October, 2018 at 8:35pm // views: 16 // words: 49 }

Averill insisted I take a picture of him and put it on Facebook showing how far he can lean backwards without falling over. He actually picked this photo from several. “Perfect” he said. He also asked that I note this picture was taken at 8:35.

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Instagram #Bo4fbxbg6CY
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{ posted: Saturday, 13 October, 2018 at 2:04pm // views: 8 // words: 12 }

Hot chocolate and pumpkin cookies at the cafe.

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re: Hi, I’m Stacey Abrams. If I win my “toss up” Georgia gubernatorial race, I’ll be the first Black woman governor in America. Ask Me Anything!
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{ posted: Friday, 12 October, 2018 at 4:00pm // views: 6 // words: 81 }

I really revere Confederate monuments, and feel strongly that my Southern ancestors deserve as much respect as my Revolutionary and WWII veteran forebears. That said, I also have a lot of empathy for those who had the South built upon their backs without ever getting to own a meaningful stake in it or have a place at the table.

I hate how divisive and polarizing this debate has become. How do we find common ground on this issue?

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Rich people of Reddit–how can you tell when a person who claims not to be rich is lying?
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{ posted: Thursday, 11 October, 2018 at 1:38pm // views: 9 // words: 4 }

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re: TIL that Aaron Burr went broke speculatively buying parcels of land in upstate New York. He did this while living on twenty-six acres in what would become some of downtown NYC’s most prime real estate.
reddit (comment)
{ posted: Wednesday, 10 October, 2018 at 12:07pm // views: 10 // words: 82 }

Well, for starters, Hamilton died in 1804. The War of 1812 occurred a bit later than that. So he was unable to serve in it. As for the duel, it started when a friend of Burr's recounted to him the things Hamilton had said about him at a dinner party. Since Hamilton saw Burr as a vile threat to the country, he could not and would not retract them. Burr was left no other option to defend his honor.

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re: TIL that Aaron Burr went broke speculatively buying parcels of land in upstate New York. He did this while living on twenty-six acres in what would become some of downtown NYC’s most prime real estate.
reddit (comment)
{ posted: Wednesday, 10 October, 2018 at 11:51am // views: 4 // words: 79 }

In the film Anchorman, Will Ferrell's character Ron Burgundy takes a lady in his car to look out over a sweeping vista of San Diego. While parked, he explains to her: "Discovered by the Germans in 1904, they named it San Diego, which of course in German means a whale's vagina."

Your reference to the grand mystery behind the Burr-Hamilton Feud as well as their service in the War of 1812 somehow brought it to mind.

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re: TIL that Aaron Burr went broke speculatively buying parcels of land in upstate New York. He did this while living on twenty-six acres in what would become some of downtown NYC’s most prime real estate.
reddit (comment)
{ posted: Wednesday, 10 October, 2018 at 11:28am // views: 5 // words: 19 }

I feel like I'm sitting in the passenger seat of Ron Burgundy's car, overlooking Fort McHenry.

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Instagram #BojlWs4AFlo
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{ posted: Friday, 5 October, 2018 at 11:11am // views: 6 // words: 15 }

Hi quality photo of Dad and me. I’m the older one!

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Every sub needs a meme now and then.
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{ posted: Thursday, 4 October, 2018 at 2:56pm // views: 16 // words: 12 }

"I think my grandparents were from Ohio."

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re: TIL that Aaron Burr once set out to write an official history of the Revolutionary War. When George Washington found out, he blocked then-Senator Burr’s access to the National Archives.
reddit (comment)
{ posted: Wednesday, 3 October, 2018 at 6:01pm // views: 14 // words: 57 }

Apparently, also, in the early days of the Revolutionary War, an exceptional performance by Burr earned him an invitation to meet with Washington as a precursor to be invited to become a part of "the Family" of aides which Hamilton would later join. Neither party ever discussed the meeting, but Burr was sent away.

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I love getting juiced, but I don’t need no lemon.
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{ posted: Tuesday, 2 October, 2018 at 3:18pm // views: 20 // words: 4 }

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Instagram #BoUsZBkgK32
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{ posted: Saturday, 29 September, 2018 at 4:24pm // views: 15 // words: 12 }

Did not think they would get so deep.

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