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In Celebration Of The Greatest Breakup Ever
It’s arguably the most famous breakup ever. Two countries with so much history. A love story destined for disaster. Maybe it was never meant to be. Maybe America just wanted to explore and see what the untamed land in the West held. It’s true, some relationships never last.
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I Accidentally Committed Piracy
I’m sure this comes as no surprise but I am not a technologically-savvy person. Setting up my own internet and remembering the multiple variations of the same password often proves difficult for me. If I had the choice, I would use a flip phone. I’d receive everything through the mail and pay my bills...
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MLB: New York Mets at Colorado Rockies-Game One
Some Appreciation For The Cold Opening Day
It’s beautiful. Earth is not yet ready for baseball but baseball doesn’t care. That’s mainly because there’s a ridiculous 162 games that need to be played, and if we don’t start when a majority of the states are still escaping from winter’s grip, then things just won’t add up. So, America’s pastime is...
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Tales Of A Part-Time Employee
I don’t talk about where I work. Anyone who has worked as a part-time employee—call it hourly, retail, lackey, regardless of the term it’s a job where you're a small piece of the bigger machine—can resonate with this to a certain extent. Sometimes the reluctance to speak about work stems from the number...
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Venmo's Social Currency
There’s boredom and then there’s the level of boredom someone reaches when they begin to swipe through their Venmo feed. Certainly it’s not a level of desperation that would lead them to Facebook, the wasteland reserved for everyone’s aunts and uncles and parents to entertain themselves with.
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Selling My Dead Cousin's Nissan
There Is A Car For Sale. For a month a Nissan Rogue has been parked in my Mom’s driveway. It’s a white SUV covered in a layer of dirt. The sun has begun to bleach the paint and spots of rust are growing along the brake pads. Technically, it’s only been in two accidents but only one really shows.  The...
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The Futility Of A New Year's Resolution
Mostly everyone is a horrible person in some way or another. It doesn’t really matter in the minutes leading up to midnight on New Year’s Eve whether one recognizes this or not, and especially when they manage to wake up sometime during the afternoon the next day, vowing to not drink for a month or hold...
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In The Name Of The Gamer
A Child In Walmart Helped Me Understand The Obsession—And Monetization—Of The Average Fortnite Gamer   More often than not when I wake up these days I feel old. My back aches as if I have been doing anything to solicit the singe of pain that gravitates around the base of my spine; the alcohol I was...
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I Hate Dave Portnoy
The King Of Social Media Is Here To Stay. Go out to a bar and you won’t be able to swing a bat without hitting someone who’s a fan of Barstool Sports. A lot of people are. I am. I’m pretty sure my Grandma has fallen down a rabbit hole of viral videos corralled by their Instagram or Facebook...
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