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‘Laurel or Yanny’ just took a super dark turn thanks to the U.S. Air Force

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Nothing lasts forever and no meme goes untarnished.

On Thursday morning, the U.S. Air Force jumped on the never-ending “Laurel or Yanny” meme and took it to a really dark place, proving memes and military action just don’t mix.

The social media minds behind the U.S. Air Force Twitter account decided to employ the hotly-debated two names in a tweet bragging about fighter jets providing air support to repress a Taliban offensive. 

The Taliban Forces in Farah city #Afghanistan would much…

‘Laurel or Yanny’ just took a super dark turn thanks to the U.S. Air Force

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Nothing lasts forever and no meme goes untarnished.

On Thursday morning, the U.S. Air Force jumped on the never-ending “Laurel or Yanny” meme and took it to a really dark place, proving memes and military action just don’t mix.

The social media minds behind the U.S. Air Force Twitter account decided to employ the hotly-debated two names in a tweet bragging about fighter jets providing air support to repress a Taliban offensive. 

The Taliban Forces in Farah city #Afghanistan would much…

People couldn’t stop talking about ‘Stranger Things’ on Facebook this year

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Was it Dart, Dad Steve or Daddy Hopper?

Whatever the reason, Facebook’s annual IQ report revealed that Stranger Things 2 dominated Facebook conversation in 2017. The report revealed and examined fashion, health, and social trends on Facebook, but nothing had quite as much of a supernatural spike as the buzz around Stranger Things.

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The buzz around Stranger Things 2 is more than twice…

People couldn’t stop talking about ‘Stranger Things’ on Facebook this year

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Was it Dart, Dad Steve or Daddy Hopper?

Whatever the reason, Facebook’s annual IQ report revealed that Stranger Things 2 dominated Facebook conversation in 2017. The report revealed and examined fashion, health, and social trends on Facebook, but nothing had quite as much of a supernatural spike as the buzz around Stranger Things.

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The buzz around Stranger Things 2 is more than twice…

People couldn’t stop talking about ‘Stranger Things’ on Facebook this year

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Was it Dart, Dad Steve or Daddy Hopper?

Whatever the reason, Facebook’s annual IQ report revealed that Stranger Things 2 dominated Facebook conversation in 2017. The report revealed and examined fashion, health, and social trends on Facebook, but nothing had quite as much of a supernatural spike as the buzz around Stranger Things.

Image: courtesy of facebook

The buzz around Stranger Things 2 is more than twice…

People couldn’t stop talking about ‘Stranger Things’ on Facebook this year

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Was it Dart, Dad Steve or Daddy Hopper?

Whatever the reason, Facebook’s annual IQ report revealed that Stranger Things 2 dominated Facebook conversation in 2017. The report revealed and examined fashion, health, and social trends on Facebook, but nothing had quite as much of a supernatural spike as the buzz around Stranger Things.

Image: courtesy of facebook

The buzz around Stranger Things 2 is more than twice…

Meredith Vieira once found a bag of sex toys in Matt Lauer’s office and confronted him on air

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Now that he’s been fired by NBC News amid multiple allegations of sexual harassment, Matt Lauer’s past work has come under intense scrutiny — and some of it will leave you feeling decidedly icky in light of the new accusations.

This ‘poop machine’ could assist in the fight against bowel cancer

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One of Tasmania’s most talked-about artworks, Wim Delvoye’s Cloaca Professional, ends with a pile of shit. Literally.

The Belgian artist’s “poo machine,” part of the permanent collection at Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), replicates a human digestive system. You “feed” it actual food, which makes its way through the system and, uh, comes out the other end as… yep.

Cloaca Professional, 2010 (detail) Wim Delvoye. Collection MONA, Hobart.

Cloaca Professional, 2010 (detail) Wim Delvoye….

This ‘poop machine’ could assist in the fight against bowel cancer

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One of Tasmania’s most talked-about artworks, Wim Delvoye’s Cloaca Professional, ends with a pile of shit. Literally.

The Belgian artist’s “poo machine,” part of the permanent collection at Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), replicates a human digestive system. You “feed” it actual food, which makes its way through the system and, uh, comes out the other end as… yep.

Cloaca Professional, 2010 (detail) Wim Delvoye. Collection MONA, Hobart.

Cloaca Professional, 2010 (detail) Wim Delvoye….