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Hmmm seems like yall are just missing some eh cards! 🍁🔥
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3 Types of Malware to Look Out For
Don't let malware compromise your network security!
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(429) https://twitter.com/Aelkus/status/994724016031182854/photo/1
Nick Land vs Nick Land parody accounts is prime weird subcultural esoterica
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45 Stories of Sex and Consent on Campus - The New York Times
We asked college students how they navigate the gray zone of sexual consent, where communication is rarely as simple as “yes” or “no.” Here are their stories.
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Homeland Security Secretary Was Close to Resigning After Trump Berated Her - The New York Times
The president, angry about a rise in illegal immigration, dressed down Kirstjen Nielsen in front of the entire cabinet during a meeting on Wednesday.
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RT : #二度と撮れない写真を貼れ

これだなぁ。
同じ条件で撮れる気がしない。
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夫が描いたクオリティの低いわたしの似顔絵を娘がなんの迷いもなく「あ!ママだー!」と言いました。
わたしはこんな顔なんですね。。
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