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“A frank and honest description of who [Sarah Huckabee Sanders] is and what she does would be much more harsh…” indeed.

full video of Michelle Wolf’s set at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. file under “ruthlessness”

Gigantic Brewing’s Most Most Premium Russian Imperial Stout
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well, crap. I think my MacBook might have just started having this problem. the up-arrow works about 1/3 of the time. you might think that sounds like the first-world-est of first-world problems, and that’s not wrong. but still: it really sucks

if you’re as easily amused as I am then you may enjoy this, from Buzzfeed: 100 Hilarious Posts That Prove Tumblr Is An Absolute Goldmine

dear @medium, I’m about done pardoning your interruption. I will never, ever “make things official”, just to read an occasional blog post on your cramped & crappy site

nailed it as usual, Siri. just one thing: does the “$$” rating include airfare to Malaysia

happy birthday, Shakespeare. you know it was hard to be the bard

“Then there’s Austin, which is totally crazy. If you walk from one end of downtown Austin to the other, you cross three different congressional districts” @TexasObserver, on gerrymandering ahead of Texas’ appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to preserve racist districts

Karbach’s Brandy, You’re A Fine Girl
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book review: Under the Lights & in the Dark, by Gwendolyn Oxenham. I thought I’d like it, but I loved it. I recommend this compelling, inspiring (but not pollyannaish) collection of stories not just to soccer fans, or women’s soccer fans, but to anyone. fantastic. 📚

I know, it’s just one poll. but for Beto to be in “too close to call” range of Cruz? in mid-April? hell. yes.

(brb, getting some merch to help boost that name recognition)

this essay on echo chambers as cults is a long one, but the key point (made in the first half) about the difference between “echo chambers” and “epistemic bubbles” is really interesting

new Tolkien? yes please

Stone Brewing’s Mikhail
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The New Yorker: “There are lots of details and surprises to come, but the endgame of this Presidency seems as clear now as those of Iraq and the financial crisis did months before they unfolded.”

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