"Fact shackles." (Portmanteau) - A necessary component of trustworthy journalism oft-relinquished by Fox News pundits to inflame right-wing sentiments.
"And once you free yourself from the fetters of fact shackles (or "fackles") in the present day, you'd be amazed by what you can do with the facts from the past!" - Jon Stewart, The Daily Show
Chunks of dried, white, gunk usually found in the corner peoples' eyesockets after sleeping.
Eugene is nice, but his crispies are straight out of control.
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