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Seriously, I'm getting SO TIRED of news articles reporting on a woman who did something newsworthy but her husband in famous in some way shape or form SO THEY COMPLETELY LEAVE HER NAME OUT OR WHAT SHE DID and refer to her as HIS WIFE.

Seriously, I'm getting SO TIRED of news articles reporting on a woman who did something newsworthy but her husband in famous in some way shape or form SO THEY COMPLETELY LEAVE HER NAME OUT OR WHAT SHE DID and refer to her as HIS WIFE.

I think the internet allows us to share good and happy things with each other, things that aren't "newsworthy" enough to be in the traditional news. This makes my day!…and totally made me almost cry

I think the internet allows us to share good and happy things with each other, things that aren't "newsworthy" enough to be in the traditional news. This makes my day!…and totally made me almost cry

"Arizona isn't that hot."

"Arizona isn't that hot."

Newsworthy Content

Newsworthy Content

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2 Million Bikers to D.C. Ride makes trip around Beltway | WJLA.com

2 Million Bikers to D.C. Ride makes trip around Beltway | WJLA.com

#Media #Oligarchs #Banks vs #union #occupy #BLM #SDF #Humanity  'How a Muslim' Trends on Twitter in Atrocious Display of Islamophobia  http://www.haaretz.com/us-news/1.799003  Twitter users tweeted thousands of insulting memes directed at Islam and the perceived behavior of Muslims   In a shocking display of online Islamophobia the phrase "how a Muslim" was trending early Sunday morning on Twitter in the United States. The phrase accompanied newsworthy hashtags like "Damascus," which trended…

#Media #Oligarchs #Banks vs #union #occupy #BLM #SDF #Humanity 'How a Muslim' Trends on Twitter in Atrocious Display of Islamophobia http://www.haaretz.com/us-news/1.799003 Twitter users tweeted thousands of insulting memes directed at Islam and the perceived behavior of Muslims In a shocking display of online Islamophobia the phrase "how a Muslim" was trending early Sunday morning on Twitter in the United States. The phrase accompanied newsworthy hashtags like "Damascus," which trended…

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