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  • @awolfeful
    20 November, 2018

    This is my cat in the middle of a yawn, showing off his one big tooth. You deserve it. https://t.co/YLlcRLe6TU

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  • @awolfeful
    20 November, 2018

    RT @thehighsign: Right, people forget (or don't know) that the original reason Khashoggi was banned from publishing in Saudi Arabia was bec…

  • @awolfeful
    20 November, 2018

    @onthechanggang All baby kale this year. I won’t poison you, bb.

  • @awolfeful
    20 November, 2018

    They’re just fucking MAD because I AM the one BRAVE enough to bring Caesar salad as a Thanksgiving SIDE!!! https://t.co/5hRBLhp0H5

  • @awolfeful
    20 November, 2018

    RT @ChrisMurphyCT: Oh my god. Catastrophic. This is written by the Saudis - word for word. It’s now 100% clear the Saudis own our Presiden…

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April Wolfe

April Wolfe

April Wolfe is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group. VMG publications include Denver Westword, Miami New Times, Phoenix New Times, Dallas Observer, Houston Press and New Times Broward-Palm Beach.

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