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Twitter Finds 'Replace Band Names With Rape' Meme to be Hilarious [Twitter]

The first time I tried to load the #replacebandnameswithrape hashtag, my computer browser warned me that the page contained insecure content. "Insecure" doesn't even begin to describe it. I'd be offended if I wasn't so depressed. You know people fought in wars to protect our freedom of speech, right? And this is how we're using that freedom? Okay. More »
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