In which the FBI sucks at twitter, machines replace doctors, and holy shit that puffer fish is amazing.
How cooperating creates prosperity, the humiliation of Russian women, and a big hand wave (hi!) to the micro-propaganda machine.
What to ask about Russian hacking, inside the USA's massive surveillance program, and why the CIA uses board games to train agents.
Why the storyteller doesn't matter if the audience likes the story, a cartoonist visits the Korean DMZ, and William Shatner's personal airplane seat.
Storytelling techniques, enemies of the American people, and the skeleton key to Trumpland.
Sean Spicer's alternative ABCs, excerpts from a Jerry Falwell textbook, and The Devil Went Down to Georgia covered by a washing machine.
A story of malevolence tempered by incompetence, Kim Kardashian stays woke, and the maps we wandered as kids.
How Louis CK tells a joke, a movie made from Van Gogh paintings, and hoodies for elephants.
A bag for the collapse of civilization, some dude who's an expert at living in storage units, and a twitter list for the resistance.
How to stay productive in terrible times, inventors killed by their own inventions, and things people stuck inside themselves in 2016.
How Trump's tweets could start WWIII, the language games of Nazis, and fuck it, a holiday shopping list.
Where to volunteer, how to understand the president-elect, and why making change requires changing yourself.
Decorating tips for nesting souls, the brilliance of Chapo Trap House, and the hilarious twitter saga of Fuckface von Clownstick.
We all live inside a giant turtle, the history of time traveling to kill Hitler, and the quiet heroism of waitstaff.
Hillary goes back to the future, drivers learn the Dutch Reach, and the ethereal, romantic experience of Rhye.
What Westworld has to do with the Buddha, algorithms are designing our furniture now, and season three of Black Mirror is upon us.
The Chessboard Fallacy, why you're jealous when someone's on the phone, and the best indie albums of the PNW.
Decorated gourd season, Nazis in Madison Square Garden, and literally everything is lies.
Chaos Monkeys. Indeterminate pessimism. Hedge positions on politics. The numbing of the American Mind.
A new magazine called Blueprint. Why the world's not falling apart, but why it feels like it is. McMansions.
The meaning-game of conversation. Stranger Things 80s references. Dropping acid with your lover.
If you're so smart, why do you suck at convincing people about your views? Plus a light dose of gobblefunk, snozzcrumber, and swigfiddle.
Visiting the libertarian community of East Jesus, the purpose of music, and how God created animals.
On using science to talk with people, the ultimatum game of economics, and whether you should work for free.
On Snapchat and meditating. Why sleep is for wealthy people. Inside the shadowy world of competitive tickling.
The hidden benefits of friction. Why your friends have more friends than you do. Dead sexy slippers.
What happens when toddlers talk to the internet, Warren Buffet's meeting advice, and getting in shape by watching p0rn.
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