This confusing and slightly unnerving notification was made worse when CEO, Shantanu Narayen, began to descend into a monologue about the coming singularity that this "final update" would bring, and how this update would be "revolutionary" to man and machine alike.
The Department concluded, “We look forward to the diminishing numbers of educational debt over the coming millennia, and hopefully we will get there before being completely enslaved by our imminent robot overlords.”
"Make friends first, make sales second, make love third. In no particular order."
Some folks just popped up in Canada looking to workout for any CFL team. They kept chanting 'We're not against the players, we're against the franchise.'
“We understand people are angry about some of the unarmed-civilian-shooty stuff that's been going on,” said police chief Jack Driver, “but you can't just go out and make a fool of yourselves. You have to wait for the guy with the ball to get it in the thing, and then you are allowed to go out and flip some cars. Only under those circumstances will we not throw flashbangs at you.”
"Why would we ever want to stay in some shithole country that lacks universal healthcare, and common decency?" one migrant told a translator.
Zeus wants to make it known that he is not at the party to be a goddamn crutch to some awkward motherfucker who came to a social gathering just to stand off in a corner somewhere.
This isn't the America we know.
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