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If you needed a sign to take a break soon, here it is
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“There are more books, and Millie Bobby Brown’s performance is so delightful that I do hope Netflix makes more of these”
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tonight 🎲 watch mollys game with me 🎲 7 pm est, 's feed 🎲
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“I’m drowning in my own agony. I don’t know what to do anymore… I truly feel abandoned by this country”
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Intelligencer 2h
What if Walmart could deliver all of your groceries without you ever ordering them? predicts that a partnership between Walmart and TikTok could usher in the future of what he calls “a-comm” or algorithmic commerce. Listen to Pivot:
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New York City’s Open Restaurants program, which allows for expanded outdoor dining into the streets, is now “permanent and year-round"
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And talks about the DOJ’s plan to bring an antitrust lawsuit against Google, and why the Trump administration will likely fail again and miss its opportunity at meaningful tech reform
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. and discuss Tesla’s “Battery Day,” the DOJ's plan to bring an antitrust lawsuit against Google, and talk about how Democrats and Republicans may look at data privacy issues differently after the election. Listen here:
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“Even if yoga studios do open up at full capacity sometime in the next year, will people feel safe coming to class?”
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Police in Vietnam busted a massive condom “recycling” operation, where used condoms were being boiled, dried, reshaped, and resold
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Tyrese Coleman 4h
I wrote this for ⁦⁩ about how despite knowing the outcome it’s hard to give up on having hope. I’m Not Surprised About the Breonna Taylor Grand Jury
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Grub Street 3h
"When a restaurant like Egg closes, one doesn’t just lose the meals — not to mention jobs — but one loses the memories of those meals, too"
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To the extent Republicans have drunk their own Kool-Aid, they have talked themselves out of accepting an economic lifeline, writes
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If we wish to anticipate how a massive, state-directed economic mobilization against climate change would impact growth, inflation, and inequality, there is no better precedent than FDR’s war economy. writes
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“He said, ‘How about instead of pretending I’m miraculously going to start cooking and shopping one day, we admit that you’re ‘doing work’ and not just ‘being my girlfriend,’ and I start paying you to do it.’ I said, ‘How much?’”
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One episode’s cheese stands alone as the most emblematic of Beverly Hills, 90210 at its best and worst — the episode nearly everyone who was alive at the time recalls, even if they aren’t sure why
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"I’ve spent the last few months pretending I didn’t feel this panic, or deemphasizing it. I feel like I am confronting something that I’ve been trying to hold back for a long time." writes
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A few Republicans were so shaken by President Trump's comments that they subtweeted him
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Six months into the US response to the pandemic, Dr. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, remains one of the most visible and steadfast defenders of science in an increasingly politicized environment.
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How do you “age gracefully?” “Growing old gracefully really means either disappearing or sticking around but always lying straight to people’s faces about the strength of your feelings and desires,” writes
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