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Snopes.com, officially the Urban Legends Reference Pages, is a web site discussing urban legends, Internet rumors, e-mail forwards, and other stories of uncertain or questionable origin…
Snopes.com /ˈsnoʊps/, also known as the Urban Legends Reference Pages, is
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An email reality check for e-rumors, viruses, and internet hoaxes.
Snopes.com accusing them being owned by a flaming liberal and this man is in
the tank for Obama.
Aug 11, 2015 ... Snopes CEO Arrested on Fraud, Corruption Charges-Fiction! Summary of
eRumor: A report that Barbara and David Mikkelson, the founders of ...
Apr 10, 2009 ... A: A chain e-mail that “exposed” Snopes contains falsehoods. And in fact, the site
is run by someone who has no political party affiliation and ...
The founders of Snopes.com research and publish their findings on the veracity
of urban legends and other stories and rumours, so the original content the ...