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Justine’s Amazon Wish List

Justine has an Amazon Wish List that includes groceries, cleaning supplies, and items for everyone in her household.

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Donald Trump lynching: my reaction to the existence of reactions

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The most important lesson of the contemporary world: evidence

To understand why the contemporary world is full of unnecessary pain, remember that humans are incapable of evidence-based decision-making.

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Veronika asks you to help Hunter survive

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Hi, my name is Veronika, I am German and I met Hunter three years ago in a hostel on my trip to Mexico. We had breakfast together, talked and laughed a lot. The afternoon I continued my journey. But only some kilometers. Then I came back to the hostel. Why? Because I had the feeling, . . .

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Dogs judge humans by how we treat others

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Remember that humans domesticated dogs by selectively breeding the dogs that had desirable or human-like behavior. The selection for human-like behavior was sometimes unintentional, such as when our ancestors selected dogs with human-like yawns: dogs and humans are the only species that can catch yawns from the other species. (Caveat: recent research might have found . . .

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Noam Chomsky on Madison and Aristotle

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Guantanamo Ex-Detainees Reunion

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Unpopular People May Die Sooner, Here’s Why

Hunter Hogan after being attacked
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The Trial (Franz Kafka) – Thug Notes Summary & Analysis

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The Star-Spangled Banner

If today's copyright laws were in force in 1812, "The Star-Spangled Banner," the United States national anthem, would have been copyright infringement of a British tune. Copyright is supposed to encourage creativity, not stifle it. Modern copyright is abusive.

If today’s copyright laws were in force in 1812, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” the United States national anthem, would have been copyright infringement of a British tune.

Copyright is supposed to encourage creativity, not stifle it. Modern copyright is abusive.

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