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1156
When the deceiving words of alt-right political and radical religious leaders are taken as gospel truth to mislead an-oft uncritical public.
President Trump seems to be a charismatic preacher of the faux gospel that lying is the new truth, when he uttered things like: "President Obama bugged my campaign," "American Muslims rejoiced when the Twin Towers fell."
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by MathPlus August 18, 2017

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1157
A 99¢ app you want to download to hear about Donald Trump's latest unfaked news, because his Twitter and Facebook accounts were suspended for allegedly promoting domestic terrorism.
Both Google Play and Apple are doing brisk business, since the launch of an app called Trump—it's predicted to be the bestselling app, even if they were to impeach President Trump eventually for compromising his moral authority.
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by MathPlus August 18, 2017

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1158
When polygamous men are coy or unsure whether it is divinely permissible for them to indulge in a threesome with their wives.
Although there is no official ban on threesome polygamy, some liberal polygamists proudly admitted that they had taken part in foursome and fivesome polygamy, arguably claiming that their recreational or experimental acts didn't break the sharia law.
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by MathPlus August 16, 2017

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1159
That spiritual feeling of eternal nothingness; the peace and joy of being temporarily free from care and concern.
John hopes to experience the nirvana of emptiness during his two-week retreat in the Himalayas—that stillness or tranquility that sages claim to experience when they put the worries of the world on hold.
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by MathPlus August 15, 2017

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1160
When brick-and-mortar businesses fail to provide customers the option of e-commerce transactions, which is a recipe to being out of business sooner than later.
In this digital world, businesses and companies have only one choice: to be e-relevant or irrelevant.
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by MathPlus August 17, 2017

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1161
When you falsely believe that your good math grades in school is a sign that you are mathematically talented or gifted.
When their son failed to secure a place in Harvard University in spite of scoring A's all along in school, the Joneses couldn't come to terms with the fact that he isn't as bright as what they told their relatives about him—they're under mathematical delusion all this while.
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by MathPlus August 11, 2017

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1162
When one is frightened at the sight or sound of the irrational number pi—especially when the answer to a math question is expressed in terms of π.
Sally was pitrified and nearly fainted when she saw the following question from her son's college textbook: "If two numbers are picked at random from the set of positive integers, prove that the probability that they will have no common divisor is 6/π²."
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by MathPlus August 11, 2017

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