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Rather than focus on specialized dinner forks or individual pet peeves, modern etiquette must be for the sake of others’ comfort and well-being.
Reflections on flag-worship.
The inspirational yet vacuous fare that makes a fetish out of individual grit and achievement is funded by a right-wing billionaire who wants you to forget about systemic causes of injustice.
Most people don’t want to think about preparing for death. But we’re all “future corpses” and need to plan accordingly.
Jordan Neely’s murder is a reminder that we need more than just civility toward other people in public. We actually need to give a damn about them.
The ‘nofap’ challenge, in which participants don’t masturbate or watch porn, has grown into a large online movement. David S. Smith explains the theory behind the challenge, the gender politics of these online groups, and whether they are part of the larger ‘manosphere.’
To know how a car works and how to repair it is to liberate oneself from an endless cycle of consumption.
On the incomparable experience of prowling through sunken vessels.
Aliens are almost certainly out there. Let’s hope they’re not like us.
A story about race, power, and getting free.
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