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Cartel Kills 18 In Rehab

A Mexican drug cartel is being blamed for the shooting deaths of 18 patients at a rehab clinic. What do you think?
  • "People are so quick to blame things on drug cartels. Did anyone ever consider that those 18 people might all have the same jealous boyfriend?"

    Liam Freiman Elevator Repairman
  • "As a marketing executive, I'm intrigued by the idea of maintaining product loyalty by threatening former customers with death."

    Sarah Shapiro Marketing Executive
  • "I'm going to use this as a cautionary tale for my children as soon as I figure out what the non-ironic moral is."

    Demitri Cervenkova Systems Analyst

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