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Dustin Volz
in this darkest hour, a hero arises in
Processed-meat brand Steak-umm has become an unlikely minder of misinformation, using a Twitter thread to caution people about the sources of their coronavirus news.
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Lesa Apr 9
Replying to @dnvolz @steak_umm
Now that’s a product I want to buy!
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IfYouSaySo ⚖️🐝 Apr 9
Replying to @dnvolz @steak_umm
I’m GenX. Steakums were integral to my childhood. I had no idea they still existed.... this brings me layers of comfort.
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smg Apr 9
Saw someone say they would never eat them, I thought I wouldn't have survived my teen years without them!
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Mr. Sub, Dragged down by the stone Apr 9
Replying to @dnvolz @steak_umm
Having this article behind a paywall is like putting a delicious sandwich in front of me, letting me take one bite, and then removing it from my table... That ain't right!
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(((Jana Nasty Woman Ben-Moshe🏴))) Apr 9
I couldn't access it either... but other interesting coverage on it can be found here. Just take your pick:
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Laura Faught Apr 9
Replying to @dnvolz @steak_umm
A hero.....sounds delish!
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Solomonic Odyssey Apr 9
The people running their social media are super savvy. Among of the best on social media among corporate accounts.
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Khavren Apr 9
They deserve a raise!
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medit8now Apr 9
Love this
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Cece🌊🌊🌊 Apr 9
Spam has been conspicuously quiet !!
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