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<?php var_dump(json_decode('{ "articleUrl": "http://www.salon.com/2015/04/28/salman_rushdie_digs_in_on_the_charlie_hebdo_pen_fight_our_fellow_artists_were_murdered_for_their_ideas_and_you_wont_stand_up_for_them/", "articleTitle": "Salman Rushdie digs in on the Charlie Hebdo PEN fight: “Our fellow artists were murdered for their ideas and you won’t stand up for them”", "articleAuthor": "Laura Miller", "articleImage": "http://media.salon.com/2013/04/salman-rushdie.jpg", "articleDate": "2015-04-28 00:00:00", "articleTags": [ "rushdie", "fellow", "took", "support", "ideas", "salman", "fight", "murdered", "shitcunt", "stand", "pen", "prose", "racist", "hebdo", "offered", "times", "wont" ], "articleSummary": "The spirited defense of the award by Salman Rushdie, who was famously sentenced to death by a Muslim leader, drew both support and denunciation. “He is a shitcunt who claimed himself an illegal child……..” (The puckish Rushdie tweeted back: “‘Shitcunt’ is a first, congratulations. Shame on the Pen Pussys!” The term — with spelling corrected — took on a life of its own. (Besides Carey and Kushner, the other novelists bowing out were Michael Ondaatje, Francine Prose, Teju Cole, and Taiye Selasi. The New York Times offered its characteristic balanced, sober coverage, quoting novelists Rachel Kushner and Peter Carey, both of who dropped out of the dinner, calling the magazine anti-Muslim or bullying in its secularism, as well as PEN president Andrew Solomon.", "articleText": "Topics: Books, Charlie Hebdo, PEN American Center, Salman Rushdie, francine prose, Mary Karr, Entertainment News People outside the literary world sometimes caricature it as a dainty, over-polite, aristocratic scene build on deference and gentility; the stereotype may grow from the old schoolyard taunt that reading is for “sissies.” But the guest list for the literary banquet scheduled for next month has suddenly become the site of a debate about terrorism, killing and female genitalia. The issue — the withdrawal of several authors from “table host” duties because of the Freedom of Expression Courage award given by the PEN American Center to the Parisian satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, whose staff was murdered in January — played out a bit differently in the respectable press, on Facebook, and on Twitter. The New York Times offered its characteristic balanced, sober coverage, quoting novelists Rachel Kushner and Peter Carey, both of who dropped out of the dinner, calling the magazine anti-Muslim or bullying in its secularism, as well as PEN president Andrew Solomon. The author of “Far From the Tree” conceded that, “We all knew this was in some ways a controversial choice,” but said the uproar from the six dissenters took him by surprise. (Besides Carey and Kushner, the other novelists bowing out were Michael Ondaatje, Francine Prose, Teju Cole, and Taiye Selasi.) Twitter, by contrast, was a real, erm, shitstorm. The spirited defense of the award by Salman Rushdie, who was famously sentenced to death by a Muslim leader, drew both support and denunciation. His much-quoted closing line from the Times story (“What I would say to both Peter and Michael and the others is, I hope nobody ever comes after them.”) did not convince everyone. “Sometimes I wonder why his words became news,” Tweeter Haider Ali Gillani offered. “He is a shitcunt who claimed himself an illegal child……..” (The puckish Rushdie tweeted back: “‘Shitcunt’ is a first, congratulations. Interested to learn about my illegal child. Boy or girl?”) Another Twitter user, Loh, tossed out “racist trash Cohen & Rushdie support an anti-Black racist rag.” One out-there tweet threatened, briefly, to reframe the debate: A down-under ranter who goes by the name John Team Australia offered: “Don’t know whether to laugh or cry. What a complete and utter disgrace. Shame on the Pen Pussys!” The term — with spelling corrected — took on a life of its own.", "trendingKeywords": [ "Mothers Day 2015", "Jeffrey Dahmer", "CNN", "Spurs", "Suzanne Crough", "Michelle Keegan", "Russell Wilson", "Joni Mitchell", "Red Wings", "Bernie Sanders", "Toya Graham", "LG G4", "Ray Lewis", "Dragon Ball Super", "Krispy Kreme", "Supreme Court", "Marshall Islands", "MSNBC", "Courtney Stodden", "Jon Jones" ] }'));
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Output for 5.2.0 - 7.2.0
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Output for 5.0.0 - 5.1.6
Fatal error: Call to undefined function json_decode() in /in/FSlhi on line 3
Process exited with code 255.
Output for 4.4.5 - 4.4.9
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: json_decode() in /in/FSlhi on line 3
Process exited with code 255.
Output for 4.3.2 - 4.4.4
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: json_decode() in /in/FSlhi on line 3
Process exited with code 255.
Output for 4.3.0 - 4.3.1
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: json_decode() in /in/FSlhi on line 3