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At the writing of this piece, the date is November 2nd, 2020 — the eve of (what I’m told) is the most important presidential election of our lifetimes. Well technically, as voice of reason and fellow Jelly Belly hater, Jonah Goldberg, often reiterates, the election has been going on for…


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The Vanlife movement, a movement of which I’m a relatively late but full-throated member, has taken its fair share of blows as far as alternative living trends might go. Born out of the Tiny House movement, Vanlife was a dynamic and nimble way of expressing one’s intention to live a…


Indoor gardeners, especially those like myself whose continued lack of foresight keeps them shackled to their miniature Brooklyn apartments, are the keepers of a binary struggle. The dilemma is simple: how does one reconcile the joy of a home full of plants with the practicality of fostering and maintaining a…


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It’s been a little over two months since Empire actor Jussie Smollett reported that he was attacked — victimized due to his race, sexual preference and criticism of President Trump — in the early morning hours outside of a Chicago Subway Sandwich franchise. …


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With every new job comes what’s called a ‘honeymoon period’– a finite length of time in which a new hire enjoys a feeling of satisfaction and gladness having escaped that dump of a job they had before this one. The future is a glowing orb and you’re basking in it…


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Since filing the appropriate I-wanna-run-for-president forms with the FEC back in November of 2017, Andrew Yang has been steadily making his way into the conversation surrounding the 2020 presidential election. With his February 12th appearance on mega-podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, his recent interviews on both Fox Business and The…


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America’s National Parks were given special prominence during this past record-breaking government shut down. Joshua Trees chopped down, piles of trash left by neglectful park visitors accumulating in large heaps, and bathrooms overflowing with waste. …

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