Turns out the Freedom of Information Act just covers up a memory hole. The government would keep us in the dark if it weren't for outlets like WikiLeaks.
December 3, 2010 Urban Word of the Day
The alteration or outright disappearance of inconvenient or embarrassing documents, photographs, transcripts, or other records, such as from a web site or other archive. Its origin comes from George Orwell's "1984", in which the memory hole was a small incinerator chute used for censoring, (through destroying), things Big Brother deemed necessary to censor.
Person One: "Did you hear about that scandal involving the President?"
Person Two: "Yeah! Looks like someone didn't have time to visit the memory hole."
Dude One: "Yo bro, I like that picture on Facebook of you wearing the "I Love Barry Manilow" shirt!"
Dude Two: "Yeah, that's definitely going in the memory hole."
mem-uh-ree] hohl noun
An INCREDIBLE piece of ass, A GREAT blow job
An unforgettable sexual experience
Her snapping pussy is a Memory Hole
She deep throat-ed and swallowed! Her mouth is a Memory Hole