Well at least Slate is willing to admit it – facts, they don’t need no stinkin’ facts!
This is it. We've finally fallen off the edge of the world and are now on the upside down side. pic.twitter.com/UWsJoYVcE3
— neontaster (@neontaster) February 15, 2017
Oooh, gold star for “Stranger Things” reference.
And really, Slate? Let’s not pretend they’ve ever been known for their factual reporting … weren’t they the ones who wrote about how we shouldn’t treat pedophiles like monsters?
@neontaster Caution: I just spent 2 minutes scrolling through Salon's feed and lost at least 2 IQ points.
— Katarina (@kat_samb) February 15, 2017
You know, we read through their timeline a lot and there is some truth to this. Honestly a couple of our editors have to drink more coffee and take extra vitamins each day just to get through Slate’s feed.
@neontaster Soo they're gonna do what they've always been doing anyways from the start? ?
— DesertPunkTiger (@DesertPunkTiger) February 15, 2017
They’d have to use facts first to stop using them, truth.
— Buss (@Buss_A_nut) February 15, 2017
— The Safest Space (@TheSafestSpace) February 16, 2017
And this is under their science section … SCIENCE.
— Sara Miller (@Millerita) February 16, 2017
— Kareim Oli. (@kareimoliphant) February 16, 2017
Slate “actually publishes” a lot of things where you think to yourself, “Wow, they actually published that.” In fact, we’re pretty sure they have the market on this type of article … wait, we said fact.