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Via: Tammie Berlin
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In case you didn't quite catch that, or wanted the TL;DR, via Uproxx:

The dog shelters, there are three in a row in the next town. So I went there one time, seeing what dogs they had . . . Well, it was about 95% pit bulls, or pit bull mixes. Now, I know this is gonna get somebody angry, but I think they should all be put down. First of all, they were taking up space and nobody was going to adopt them. That's why they were all there, people were getting rid of them. So, all this money — and I spoke to the ladies there — all this money is going to feed pit bulls. You know, it's like, I don't feel like giving money. (laughs)

People are grinding out pit bulls and dumping them. And I remember when I was younger you could go to one of these places and find any kind of dog. So, that was kind of annoying. Don't walk around with a pit bull, nobody will talk to you. Uh, unless it's somebody else with a pit bull and then the two of them, I don't know — what, will they fight? I don't know. I think that's illegal.
Via: Uproxx
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The piece, apparently overlooking a public park and playground in South Korea, is creating some controversy for its somewhat... prominent... features. According to its designer Eunsuk Yoo, this is the explanation behind the extra-tingly Spidey-Sense:

I am the artist who made this piece. My reason for it was that I wanted apply the natural physical phenomenon to a superhero depict whats's natural in the morning without lies and superficial-ness in a comical way.
Via: APC
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And yet, the shirt is still sold out. Don't mind me, I'll just be on my spaceship, taking off from this planet.