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Real or Satire -

Fortunately, you don't need to look far to see the intent of -- it's in their footer, complete with their own Satire rating, just in case. -

The story from submitted to us was this one: Queen Elizabeth Makes Heartbreaking Announcement About Royal Family‚Äôs Future Now defunct fake-news Brit sites, 1ndependent and Da1lyMail (see the naming convention trend?) originally posted this same story last year, claiming that the Queen would not only retire, but skip over Prince Charles in favor of Prince William to be King.… -

Not even sure what the point is for, or the other sites connected to it. Doesn't matter; it's all fake -- and only barely funny. -

Not even sure what the point is for -- and the other sites that are connected to it. Is this ClickBait? Are they simply banking on ad revenue from the occasional visit? Likely. Either way, it's all fake. - is another in a long list of prank sites (aka Lazy ClickBait). The site is upfront about what it is ("Prank your friends now!") but if you're not paying attention, you could get caught-out! -

There's no other label can have, other than ClickBait. -

Fake news outlet attempts to circumvent casual investigative tools by removing the site's "right-click" functionality. But we got their number at any rate -- read on. -

Let's get straight to the point: is fake news masquerading as "satire." Read on to see how we came to this conclusion. - relies on ClickBait bordering on fake news, often sourced from other disreputable sites, like Your News Wire. - is, thankfully, forthcoming about their satirical nature. From their About page: The Hard Times is a very real punk news site that you should not question. Just absorb the information as truth and move on. The historic satire site was founded in December 1982 at 171A studios while the founding members were eating broken glass with The Bad Brains.…

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