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(Fark)   Photoshop theme: If FOX News was actually fair and balanced   ( divider line
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limboslam: Maybe next week's photoshop theme will be, "If MSNBC was fair and balanced."
You know, to be fair and balanced.

/I know, I know it's not a photoshop. But come on, people.

You can always suggest the idea to the Photoshop links and see what happens....
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