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Hello fellow web crawlers! Andrew here. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr

Our top stories today are about: The most angry social media poster in Congress, a FedEx driver sharing the top five things he hates to deliver, people responding to a question about what people do in the shower for 45 minutes, and debunking claims that tall black fences were set up around the Supreme Court

After that, we’ve got another edition of “Meme History” for you. 

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⚡ Today in Internet Culture

Congress’ angriest poster isn’t MTG—it’s some old guy from Jersey

Even though Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-Ga.) tweets regularly make headlines, she’s not the most negative member of the House online.


‘If you order this, you have caused more back pain than the NFL’: FedEx driver shares the 5 things he hates to deliver

FedEx driver went viral after he shared the top five items he hates delivering


Someone asked what people do in the shower for 45 minutes, and the answers are hilarious

When social media users started questioning what people who take 45 minutes to shower are doing in there, they provided a range of responses, from practical to hilarious.


Furious fake fence rumor prompts fear Supreme Court will rule against Trump on immunity

fake story about tall black fences going up around the Supreme Court swept through conservative social media, leaving a trail of deleted tweets and half-cocked speculation.


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