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2008: the year in Infocult

6 years agoEducation / Learning : Infocult

It's the end of December, so time to consider the year's highlights. Favorite Infocult topics from 2008 cover a variety of horrible grounds: Gothic in everyday life. We've seen it in innocent cornfields and human flesh powering cars. Cannibalism is...
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