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Months ago, a federal judge tossed a defamation claim against Fox News over a bogus attack that Carlson had made against former Playboy model Karen McDougal.
A related group, the Three Percenters, formed in 2008 and is named after the bogus claim that only 3 percent of the population fought against the British in the American Revolution.
However, it’s also a time when some scam artists try to make their bogus phone calls and emails sound legitimate, but they’re really out to help only themselves.
Changing who we choose to publish and read is an urgent step toward correcting this bogus narrative and expanding business opportunities for women everywhere.
Obviously, listings fraud, fake reviews and any other bogus local information in Google Maps and Search is bad for consumers.
One easy-to-spot tell is that bogus reviewers often use a celebrity photo as their avatar.
That may explain why I had not participated in the former duo’s excellent adventure nor their bogus journey until earlier this summer.
THE ESSENTIAL KINDNESS OF BILL AND TEDALISSA WILKINSONAUGUST 28, 2020VOX
One movie that’s coming out in theaters and as a digital rental or purchase is Bill & Ted Face the Music, which concludes the trilogy that began with an excellent adventure in 1989 and continued with a bogus journey in 1991.
Because basically you’re saying that all these things — all these ideas that people love to embrace and talk about and pass on — are somewhere between bogus and trumped up.
"'If you are not a bogus Bunny you will know,'" I read, spreading the message out before me.
MRS. RAFFLESJOHN KENDRICK BANGS

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