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(Mediaite)   New York Times tries to cover up the fact that watermelons were found on Mars   (mediaite.com) divider line
    More: Weird, United States, Barack Obama, Democratic Party, President of the United States, Bill Clinton, little green aliens, Fields of Watermelons, New York Times article  
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2021-06-09 12:28:43 AM  
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That's racist!
 
2021-06-09 1:01:36 AM  

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That's racist!


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2021-06-09 2:10:42 AM  
Back in the day, the defense contractor i worked for had a weekly newsletter called Radar Monday (because we made radars). One year, some friends and I decided to spoof it for April 1, so we wrote a bunch of satirical stories and published "Radar Wednesday." The only story I remember offhand was a benefits package "overhaul" named Ben Over. We continued for several years until we got too jaded. This NYT watermelon story could be some internal satire never meant for publication.
 
2021-06-09 9:00:30 AM  

mofa: Back in the day, the defense contractor i worked for had a weekly newsletter called Radar Monday (because we made radars). One year, some friends and I decided to spoof it for April 1, so we wrote a bunch of satirical stories and published "Radar Wednesday." The only story I remember offhand was a benefits package "overhaul" named Ben Over. We continued for several years until we got too jaded. This NYT watermelon story could be some internal satire never meant for publication.


You missed an opportunity: the Feb 14th edition of Radar Love

Humor? At Raytheon? That's un-possible!
 
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