So, apparently this is a thing:
Saguaros, an enduring symbol of the Southwest, can grow to more than 40 feet tall, weigh up to a ton and live 200 years.
You can hear the thieves making off with their ill-gotten gain in the night. They’re the ones going, “Owowowowow!!!”
If I ever buy a yacht, I’m going to name it Boyancé.
Especially hitch-hiking Canadian robots!
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At least it has improved since the pre-1955 Roman Catholic liturgy.
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Steve Benen thinks Obama’s Iran Nuke Deal announcement needed an anger translator.