Asawin Suebsaeng

Writing fellow at Mother Jones Magazine’s DC bureau, where he covers culture, politics and film

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Writing fellow at Mother Jones Magazine’s DC bureau, where he covers culture, politics and film

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Internet rumors have persuaded many Americans that the world will end two weeks from tomorrow—Friday the 21st  of December.

NASA Takes to the Internet to Dispel Doomsday Prophesies

Internet rumors have persuaded many Americans that the world will end two weeks from tomorrow—Friday the 21st  of December.

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