We enjoy fictional apocalypse, but we won’t discuss the real horrors of one.
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And I’m, uh, not. How can I make my body adjust?
It doesn’t do employees any favors.
Daniel Mallory Ortberg
And why they’re done with tiny living.
Sure, it came on the heels of World War I, but it was way more deadly.
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We’ve gotten too used to discussing suicide as a fleeting, temporary side effect of mental illness. We might better serve people in need if we could acknowledge the messier reality.
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The president defended his national emergency by boasting that he’ll win at the Supreme Court because it’s full of his judges.
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