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Pamela 1 month ago
#12 Willard Scott
       
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Jedidiah 1 month ago
#8 Much to the irritation of Mom and her expensive coats.

#37 They eventually amended "Rule 4" and gave the coyote a maniacal British sounding voice calling himself, "Wile E. Coyote...Soooper Geeenius" ad nauseum.
       
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Clifton 1 month ago
#18 We should go back to this.
       
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Dalton 1 month ago
Clifton,
Sure, please tell me how many seeds there are in a water melon!
       
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Thom 1 month ago
Dalton,

Technically, all of those questions are answerable, but it takes a certain level of creative intelligence that they didn’t have. For instance, the answer to your question is correctly: “As many as that particular watermelon happens to contain.”
       
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Cory 1 month ago
Clifton
Soooo, I'm guessing you have one of those original KKK Memberships!
       
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Leon 1 month ago
Clifton,
true. since now they are allowing non-citizens to vote, hold office and collect benefits. being an American citizen doesn't mean anything
       
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Lolly 1 month ago
Agreed. Also, it wasn’t the ambiguity of the questions as much as they knew they couldn’t read. Ironically, they probably read better then, than they do today.
       
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Dalton 1 month ago
Lolly, but is OK for all other illiterate ethnicities to vote?
       
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Phena 1 month ago
Dalton,

What other illiterate ethnicities?
       
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Dalton 1 month ago
Phena, seriously? You telleing me you can't think of any white groups of people who are illiterate in the States? Only blacks?

How many of these questions would you be able to answer?

But honestly
       
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Thom 1 month ago
Dalton,

I can answer all of them correctly. All…of…them. They are mostly trick questions not meant to be taken literally.
       
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Virdie 1 month ago
Thom,
Except, they are taken literally, that was the entire scam. One mistaken or incomplete answer and you DONT GET TO VOTE, and they didnt have cell phones or internet to look up answers. It was NOT about illiteracy, it was about making something impossible for the sake of naziesque racism.
       
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Felty 1 month ago
#1 Oh, I get it. Before people thought it was a civil right to spread contagious deadly disease. Before people believed absolute nonsense from idiots like Robert Kennedy Jr., liars like Tucker Carlson.

#19 I have a reservation for a quantum computer from IBM...

#25 And, now you can buy bitcoin. LOL

#31 Back before they had to be able to wrestle with crazy people.

#33 It was always part of a series. It said "Episode IV" at the beginning of the movie. Were we supposed to assume there would never be another movie? 35
       
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Leon 1 month ago
Felty,
fun fact 1.8 million people died from a disease in 2018 and no lockdowns were done. also 100,000 people die from vaccines every single year
       
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Virdie 1 month ago
#26 This must have been around the time they focused on cleaning and moved away from feminine duchess. Yes, lysol has Ads to use it as a feminine cleaning product.
       
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