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
— NeoN: Automataster (@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?
Caution: I just spent 2 minutes scrolling through Salon's feed and lost at least 2 IQ points.
— Heather (@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.
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.
— The Safest Space (@TheSafestSpace) February 16, 2017
And this is under their science section … SCIENCE.
— Sara Miller (@Millerita) February 16, 2017
— Kareim Oliphant (@kareimoli) 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.