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Loot Actually & Weekend At Bernie Madoff's

Loot Actually & Weekend At Bernie Madoff's

Men are not cryptographers, and they are particularly bad at translating women's nonverbal signals
Loot Actually I'm envious of a friend whose boyfriend frequently does nice things for her: bringing her soup when she's sick and surprising her with a weekend getaway and a pricey handbag she'd been coveting.

This Modern World—week of May 13

The judgment of history

Free Will Astrology—Week of May 13

Your main job is to be receptive, and make sure you remember
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): A fan once asked composer Johann Sebastian Bach about his creative process. He was so prolific!

Moral Panic Comix Presents "Wokester" Madness

Is your child aware of implicit bias, systemic racism and historical inequities that still affect the present? He or she may be "woke."

Dear In Headlights

The invite: Drinks, tunes, and executing the borderline attractive girl at dawn
Dear In Headlights I'm a girl in my 20s.

This Modern World—week of May 6

The right wing outrage cycle

Free Will Astrology—Week of May 6

It's time for you to become a connoisseur of YES, a brave explorer of the bright mysteries of YES, an exuberant perpetrator of YES
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Taurus poet Vera Pavlova writes, "Why is the word yes so brief? It should be the longest, the hardest, so that you could not decide in an instant to say it, so that upon reflection you could stop in the middle of saying it."

Pop Culture Periscope Presents

The Video Vortex

Free Will Astrology—Week of April 29

I hope you will boost your appreciation for its miraculous capacities, and increase your commitment to treating it as the treasure that it is
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): In her poem "Mirror," Taurus poet Halina Powiatowska wrote, "I am dazed by the beauty of my body." I applaud her brazen admiration and love for her most valuable possession.

Life In The Fastened Lane & Wait Problem

The sort of relationship where the partners are never apart tends to be a good thing for only one of them
Life In The Fastened Lane I've been with my boyfriend for a year, and I love him, but I also love my independence.

Matt Wuerker—Week of April 29




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