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22 Feb, 4 tweets, 2 min read
BREAKING: The @CocaCola polar bears first appeared in a French ad for Coke in 1922. They reappeared in the 90s and were designed by Rhythm & Hues @RhythmAndHues. Sadly we now learn that they're 'too white' for Coca-Cola. ;)
2/ @CocaCola is putting out feelers for bears of color to take over for the canceled white bears.
3/ Just to be clear, this is 100% satire. Thus the use of the ;) face...
4/ But just to show that truth is stranger than fiction there have been calls for @CocaCola to stop using the polar bears. Literally.

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BOMB THREAD: Yesterday former Capitol Police Chief, Steven Sund, revealed for the first time that it was the bombs discovered outside the RNC and DNC headquarters that triggered the evacuations of congress - not the protesters.
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3/ But soon Texans read in the mainstream media that wind power was NOT to blame for the outage despite more than half of wind farms being out of service due to the extreme cold, ice, and snow. Progressive media outlets were gaslighting Texans.

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