We’re pretty sure Slate reached top Slate with that grim article shaming anyone who was touched by that photo of onetime President George H.W. Bush’s assistance hound, Sully, saving watch in front of Bush’s flag-draped casket. The author noted that bird-dog have been known to eat their deceased owneds, suggesting that were it an open coffin, Sully might have been up there gnawing on the onetime president’s forearm. Never thoughts that Sully was highly trained and seriously devoted to and desired by his master; that’s just human sensibility clouding your see.
Honestly, we wouldn’t have been surprised if Slate had just shuttered after that hot mess, but no, the website is still up and running and undertaking issues like Sen. Ted Cruz’s new whisker.
Thoughts on the unwelcome semi-hotness of Ted Cruz’s brand-new beard: https :// t.co/ 0YQXUTB0ci
— Slate (@ Slate) December 7, 2018
Please … we must know these believes. Tell us, Christina Cauterucci:
I have no particular fondness for this subject and it imparts me no amusement to cover it. But as a truth-seeking journalist, I feel I must write what follows: Sen. Ted Cruz’s new whisker is so great. The Texas Republican firstly appeared in public with vestiges of facial “hairs-breadth” just after Thanksgiving. Back then, the beard was just a shadowy, patchy mess that crept down his throat while wholly eschewing his chin. It glanced a bit more professional in better illuminate, but it reeked of misery, very puny and thin to do anything but be used as a physical show of Cruz’s personality.
That all changed this week, when Cruz evidenced up in the Senate with a filled-out salt-and-pepper beard, granting his face a defined jawline and its first-ever clues of ruggedness and affability. The bloated, downy face of a college debate team showoff is extend. A marginally less insufferable mug has arrived.
We’re so glad she unburdened herself and we’re sure you are too.
— Sarah Weinstein (@ slwein) December 7, 2018
Can we save Tumblr and close Slate
— jake (@ jacobisok) December 7, 2018
— Jaimee Stoner (@ JaimeeStoner) December 7, 2018
This is fake news. Gross.
— Alanna (@ AlannaMarieS) December 7, 2018
It’s strange seeing anyone, peculiarly Slate, refer to anything about Ted Cruz as sizzling( or semi-hot ), but read the commodity& the reason of senatorial facial hair is just reason to criticize his face.https :// t.co/ joMOLdYE7J
— Paul Tuns (@ ptuns) December 8, 2018
— B. Lynch (@ BLynchBooks) December 7, 2018
This is news? Do better.
— Nathan Hoerschelmann (@ onkelnathan) December 7, 2018
The ultimate slate slope got accepted
— Francis Lam (@ Francis_Lam) December 8, 2018
— Diana Reisenger (@ d_reisenger) December 7, 2018
— Bryan Rolli (@ BryanRolli) December 7, 2018
It payments$ 0 to not be like this
— Mason Herson-Hord (@ mason_h2) December 7, 2018
What the hell are you doing?
— Ben Lyon (@ byrdturgler) December 7, 2018
A huge follow-up to the “six-months is to short-lived a stage waste with a service animal to really matter” article about Bush 41. Doin’ great work people! pic.twitter.com/ bU0uy26tRm
— Not Scott F. (@ notscottf) December 7, 2018
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