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Leslie Forsyth 6h
"Their terribleness seems natural — it is so widely-known and agreed upon it has almost become unremarkable, like the weather." via
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Adam Polaski 6h
"Today’s Pride campaigns, on the other hand, are a Kafkaesque maze of “good” and “bad” half-ideas remixed and re-packaged so many times that they barely add up to a coherent message at all." Very good piece on . GAY RIGHTS
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The point of these stories is to provide the reader with a wave of visceral disgust, but also to dehumanize opponents of Donald Trump as child-murderers and cannibals
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Paola de Varona 8h
Yes, it's true, I don't like the Beatles pass it on (but I wrote this!)
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The new movie ‘Yesterday' is the latest entry in a long line of attempts to keep the Beatles relevant in the 21st century.
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¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 11h
“a cross between The 120 Days of Sodom and Monsters, Inc.” lmao
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The Outline 11h
QAnon email forwards have started to resemble a spontaneous boomer recreation of creepypasta.
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Digg Jun 23
Listening devices, FBI informants, and gag orders… these are just some of the ways that the U.S. is mishandling classified information in the Al Qaeda trials. -- /
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The Outline Jun 25
the trucks are too damn loud
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Adam Weinstein Jun 25
This is a very good essay
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The Outline Jun 25
"While we must critique, we are under no obligation to maintain the Asshole as the privileged figure of critique — far from it."
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The Outline Jun 25
"The confined space of campus is a moral proving ground that represents the world in miniature, complete with its heroes and tyrants, laws and outlaws."
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Leah Finnegan Jun 25
please read this important piece by kelly
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Ziad Ramley Jun 25
. wrote a fantastic piece for on the rise of Assholes in politics. This paragraph in particular stuck with me.
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The Outline Jun 25
"The trucks’ grinding, squeaking, booming, jet engine-level noise is inescapably loud from the moment they turn onto my street to the moment they turn onto the next."
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Mark Agee Jun 25
This is the best description I’ve read in while of our current Fuckocracy
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Alex Tilney Jun 25
Very grateful for this very close read by Boarding schools produce bad people and great novels. via
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Adam Freelander Jun 25
"it is hard not to suppose that a critical mass of voters do not have anyone’s best interests at heart — not even their own... They think the world has made people too soft, and so want it to be worse."
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Tom Whyman Jun 25
What can we do when every attempt to hold the terrible people who govern us to account only seems to boost their popularity?
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The Outline Jun 25
"At times, simple contrarianism can seem to be the dominant factor winning supporters to the Asshole cause, which is an instinct that social media also serves to both perpetuate and reward."
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