RANKING THE BEST BEARS IN POP CULTURE HISTORY

Cocaine Bear, a film based on the true story of a bear who accidentally snorted mounds of misplaced cocaine and went on a murderous rampage in the forests of Tennessee, is finally out in theaters. It’s a movie that feels tailor-made for a release date during Fat Bear Week — a conservationist’s version of March Madness, and not the week between Christmas and New Year’s when I stop counting calories and eat peanut butter straight from the jar with my bare hands — but that’s neither here nor there.

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IF YOU COULD BAN A WORD FROM GENERAL USAGE, WHICH ONE WOULD IT BE? WHY?

Honestly, I think when you start banning words, it’s purely censorship and a step in eroding the freedom found in the first amendment to the US Constitution. Who’s the judge of what’s right or wrong? Instead, we should use common sense in conversation or ignore those who have none.

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THE TOP 10 NEW GARDEN PLANTS FOR 2023 | BIRDS & BLOOMS

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