Wikipedia is big cringe. There are systematic reasons why it is the way it is, but I mean also some articles just make you think they must've been written by...

Little late to that party, aren't we?

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Friday at a press conference Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot reacted to President Donald Trump's for his tweet about the protests, looting and fires in Minneapolis Thursday night. | Clips

Pretty is as pretty does.

She must perpetrate some really nasty shit.

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Friday at a press conference Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot reacted to President Donald Trump's for his tweet about the protests, looting and fires in Minneapolis Thursday night. | Clips

Someone has a train to catch, a few seconds early.

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Hollywood actress Frances Fisher called for a "race war" in apparent response to the death of George Floyd who was arrested by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was seen on video putting his knee on Floyd's neck. The "Titanic" and HBO's "Watchmen" star also quoted convicted cop killer Assata Shakur before deleting the tweet.

"Frances Fisher was born Frances Louis Fisher on May 11, 1952, in Milford on Sea, Hampshire, England, UK to Olga Rosine and William Irving “Bill” Fisher. Her father belongs to Russian-Jewish and Hungarian-Jewish descent whereas her mother is of Norwegian ancestry, hence she is of Mixed ethnicity." f/ https://marriedwiki.com/wiki/francis-fisher

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"Frances Fisher was born Frances Louis Fisher on May 11, 1952, in Milford on Sea, Hampshire, England, UK to Olga Rosine and William Irving “Bill” Fisher. Her father belongs to Russian-Jewish and Hungarian-Jewish descent whereas her mother is of Norwegian ancestry, hence she is of Mixed ethnicity." f/ https://marriedwiki.com/wiki/francis-fisher

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Hollywood actress Frances Fisher called for a "race war" in apparent response to the death of George Floyd who was arrested by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was seen on video putting his knee on Floyd's neck. The "Titanic" and HBO's "Watchmen" star also quoted convicted cop killer Assata Shakur before deleting the tweet.

"Hollywood actress:" read "Hooker"

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The top man at Twitter addressed concerns that a new fact-checking service the company rolled out this week to counter President Trump's tweets is not meant to be seen as an "arbiter of truth."

Are your employees leaving us out of it?

Not if they want to keep their jobs.

If they don't like it, then they can quit.

You can't have your ___k, and eat it too.

Oh, wait, apparently y'all do.

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In the wake of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis, veteran rapper and actor Ice Cube asked how much more "crime" must police officers commit against black Americans "before we strike back?"  

One more, perhaps?

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'On a solemn day for remembering those that have given their lives for our country fighting against tyranny and subjugation, the NYT...chose to attack the US military.'
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'On a solemn day for remembering those that have given their lives for our country fighting against tyranny and subjugation, the NYT...chose to attack the US military.'

"Celebrate white supremacy," i.e., #Europeans are winners, and the losers can have all the participation trophies for sucking.

"The discomfort that arises from the dawning awareness that some cultures barely qualify as such and are, in part, literally shit, makes our feelz hurt."

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