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Who could have seen this coming: Hackers won’t work with U.S. government. (That’s a bigger deal than you’re thinking if you think it’s not a big deal.)
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20 things 20-year-olds don’t get. Not just 20-year-olds, a lot of people don’t get this stuff. Good advice for everyone.
Polio may be back? Great.
A “cure” for Down Syndrome? Interesting piece, especially the discussion about the possible downside. Still, it’s better than Joycelyn Elders suggested cure: abortion.
This is why I don’t run: bleeding pectorals.