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Fact: The Laws of God and Man Are Suspended During an Eclipse. Plan Accordingly.

You need to construct an extravagant panic room. by Ben Coleman NASA Now, I’m not a big-city lawyer, or indeed, any kind of lawyer at all, or even the resident of a big city. But there’s nothing in any law book that says I can’t offer my fellow citizens a morsel of well-informed legal advice. Which is as follows: Buckle. The. Fuck. Up. Because the laws of God and man are suspended during an eclipse, so plan accordingly.
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