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Facebook Temporarily Turns Silk Road, Hurricane Matthew Looks Like a Demon, Mike Pence Offers Peek at Alternate GOP Universe: A.M. Links

Facebook's new "Marketplace," allowing mobile app users to buy and sell goods, launched Monday and before long people were using it to try and exchange guns, sex, drugs, and baby hedgehogs. Hurricane Matthew is heading up the eastern coast and expected to hit Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina (also may be an omen of end times; see photo to right for further evidence).
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