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Jul 25
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Odyssey is misspelled multiple times in this article. 

Jul 9
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I had always been Android up to the Pixel 1 (which I loved) and moved over to iPhone when I was underwhelmed by the Pixel 2, as well as Google’s ongoing BS with messaging apps, killing Inbox, planning to kill Music, etc. Read more

Jun 30
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This is backwards. ESPN is much more than just viable, it keeps much of the cable ecosystem afloat because of its sky-high demand. It doesn’t “cost” so much because of its operational costs, it’s because it’s the most desired cable channel by a considerable margin. Its popularity and value subsidizes a ton of other Read more

Jun 24
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I’ve played too many games of Cards Against Humanity and its various offspring because I have too many friends that have friends that love Cards Against Humanity. Read more

May 5
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Is that really the baby’s name? In 2020 you have to make it very clear what’s real and what’s a joke. 

Apr 26
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What are you talking about? Millennials are leaving the city because they DON’T have two nickels to rub together. Read more

Apr 21
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This is what they will do. Their “solutions” fit any problem. See: tax cuts as panacea. 

Apr 21
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It has literally never been true. The biggest strength of humans throughout their history has been their collective problem-solving abilities. Humans being able to work together using their massive brains is why we have become the dominant creature on the planet. Read more

Apr 21
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Actually, the lack of efficient access to Gulf refineries that would have been provided by Keystone XL is a big reason why Canadian oil prices are so low. Read more

Apr 9
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Also, thanks to living in an expensive city, the amount we’re getting would barely cover half of my monthly expenses, so it doesn’t really grow my emergency fund (which I am still building, albeit very slowly). Read more

Mar 30
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I agree, Odyssey was fine, and I enjoyed my time with it, but it is not as good as 3D World.

Mar 5
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The mortality rate of the “normal” flu is less than 0.1%. Covid-19 is at least 10 times deadlier, if not 20-30 times deadlier. Read more

Feb 28
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“We actually need less regulation on healthcare!” is quite the hot take. But maybe save it for your Rand reading groups and Federalist meet-ups, because it makes you sound silly in the real world. Read more

Feb 27
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Why would you presume that there will be no regulations on what counts as a college? And how did you miss that this would only be for public universities and colleges, which will simply no longer have tuition? Read more

Feb 27
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This argument is so strange to me. “Bernie won’t win because he won’t compromise!” says moderate that is unwilling to compromise.  Read more