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bawbag - 2016-08-07
5 for the preload of Shaggy in tears over the donits.
Xenocide - 2016-08-07
Just read an article this morning about Pennsylvania's changing voting patterns. Tl,Dr: This is hardcore Trump country. These are the people making America great again. Less immigrants, more cold coffee, er, ice coffee.
Anaxagoras - 2016-08-07
The fact that this is Trump Country speaks volumes. I don't know what is being said, but there is a whole lot of it.

Just like a Trump rally, now that I think about it.

memedumpster - 2016-08-07
There is no such thing as Trump country.

Or Hill country.

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/01/us/elections/nin e-percent-of-america-selected-trump-and-clinton.html?_r=5

Partisan Hack Island I and II wouldn't even require a nuclear weapon to sink.

MLP and Transformers fandom are more legit tribes than those two taintburgers.

baleen - 2016-08-07
Yeah. I laughed at this until the last line, "this is all this town had."

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2016-08-07
"I meet my attourneys there" I'm assuming he means his legal team for his high powered business.
The Mothership - 2016-08-07
Best part.

gravelstudios - 2016-08-07
This is like something the Onion would do, or Reno 911. The line between reality and satire is fine indeed.
Kabbage - 2016-08-07
The interviews at 1:13 are pure, uncut Pennsylvania.
Anaxagoras - 2016-08-07
Dunkin Donuts counts as a "cheap, classy place to meet with your friends"? My God. Those poor people.

somedongus - 2016-08-07
Officer Ray Siko!
boner - 2016-08-07
This is what would happen in my parents town if Walmart burned down.

The donuts are safe though, there's a donut shop on every corner.
White Trash Party - 2016-08-07
5 for what sounds like the reporter laughing after the preload image guy says he meets with his attorneys there.
Raggamuffin - 2016-08-07
Doc Victor - 2016-08-07
The cop's name is psycho and the reporters name is craze. The dark carnival is strong in PA
Bort - 2016-08-08
And someone named Edna Faust.

"Love, fame, armies? No, I just want you to fix the Dunkin Donuts."

dairyqueenlatifah - 2016-08-07
I think it's finally time to revive the "slow news day" tag. I can't tell you how much I've missed it.
Monkey Napoleon - 2016-08-08
You guys don't even know the pain of not being able to source good donuts. My local Dunkin' Donuts was bought by a middle eastern family who gave so little of a shit about donuts that eventually Dunkin' had to pull their franchise rights.

Think about that for a second. They were so bad/negligent that Dunkin' Donuts told them "stop using our name and go to hell." The "best" place to get donuts in a town of over 150,000 people is the bakery of a chain grocery store.
chumbucket - 2016-08-08
Police Breaks Matter!
pastorofmuppets - 2016-08-09
She must have been more a Starbucks fan, am I right?
yogarfield - 2016-08-31
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