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JUNE BUGS IN THE MATRIX

Apple, Jon Stewart, peeling garlic and more stories from June to close out the first half of the year strong.

CONTENT SHOWER

What happened this month? Nature was pretty cool. But America's biggest financial institutions — from Chase to McDonalds to "Jeopardy!" were pretty weird. So basically it was uniquely similar to most other months?

ONWARD AND UPWARD?

March came in like a lion and out like a lamb… or something like that. Anyway, here are the nine most important things that tell the story of the third month of the year.

PISCES POST

A bad gun, some worse french fries and one extremely fast bulldog. Here are the 9 big things that happened in February 2019, all in one big post.

MEME TEA /Ɔ

It's an internet fight and only the funniest meme will emerge victorious. This week's challengers? Will Smith as the Genie from Aladdin, Jeff Bezos leaving New York and tea.

YOU HAVE READ THIS HEADLINE

Healthy relationships are all about communication. Read receipts can make that easier, or agonizingly complicated.

CAPRICORN CONTENT

Good gymnastics, bad sexts and a whole bunch of no-good, very bad world events. Here are the ten big things that happened in January 2019, all in one big post.

WE MADE YOU A GAME

For our annual year-in-review post, we decided it was best… to make a game where you make our year-in-review post. Have fun!

GOOD MORNING, AND WELCOME...

A look at the legacy of Valve's influential FPS series, now left in a limbo state for over a decade.

TRAIN, INSTAGRAM, SLEEP, REPEAT

Instagram and its army of influencers have transformed the modern gym. From the way they look to the classes on offer, everything is designed with the perfect post in mind. The days of Jane Fonda sweating away in a barebones studio are over.

CMD+D IF YOU DO

There is a feature in your web browser that will save you from the algorithm. It's called the bookmark. Here's why you should start using it.

WE LIVE IN A SOCIETY

Last week, the "weird" Twitter account for Steak-umms broke the fourth wall and went on a rant about why life is hard for millennials. What does it mean when a brand for frozen steak sandwiches is your biggest advocate?

WASN'T A CHILL SITCH ANYMORE

We are in a decidedly unchill time on the internet, a time when we need the chill vibes and positive affirmations of @chillstitch the most. But writer and creator Taylor Moore just isn't up to it any more.

A DIGG ORIGINAL

Throwing a dumpling party — a dinner party where everyone makes dumplings and then enjoys dumplings — gives guests something to do, something to eat and something to talk about.

AT YOUR LEISURE

Throwing a dumpling party — a dinner party where everyone makes dumplings and then enjoys dumplings — gives guests something to do, something to eat and something to talk about.

THE INTERNET'S OTHER PREPPERS

In a society that increasingly imposes a strict logic and rationality over most aspects of our lives, do we want to sacrifice one last space where it's okay to act emotionally?

AND, YES, THE 'DEADPOOL' ONES TOO

Here's your primer on the *original* "Marvel Cinematic Universe."

10 SEASONS AND A DIPPING SAUCE

Adult Swim just signed an unprecedented deal for 70 more episodes of "Rick and Morty." At this rate, the show will be with us for at least another 10 years. That is, it will if the state of television even supports it.

CALAMITY GAMMON

Given that English white people are the grandfathers of systemic racism and oppression via colonialism, and still maintain an unparalleled position in the global power structure, is it racist to compare them to a pink-tinged pork product?

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