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"On the pessimistic side of my brain, obviously, I see a demagogue and a fascist who is the ruin of America."
'This shall be a tempest the likes of which has never been glimpsed by man or beast.'
Just think of how fun your Facebook feed is going to be now.
Despite the fact that there is no way anyone could think The Onion's stop-and-frisk parody was actually a real thing, several people thought it was a real thing.
One man decided to prank his friend into thinking The Onion's satirical Subway 9/11 coupon was real—only as you can see in the video, one Subway store ended up accepting the coupon!
The satirical newspaper The Onion is facing Twitter criticism today after tweeting a story about congress taking a group of schoolchildren hostage. [Update Below]
Photograph by Jim Kiernan At the end of a brutally hot
Photo by Kristen Winter If we only have three minutes on
This generation's obsession with instant nostalgia and visually documenting every part of
Horrible, unfunny rumors that The Onion is shutting down some of
Onion writer John Harris (pictured) is trying to sell an unspecified
Photo via Ira Monko's Flickr. This Sunday marks the annual Gay
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