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Fan art featuring 30 Disney cartoon girls reimagined as grown-ups.

Why aren’t people talking more about Latinos killed by police?

Will Donald Trump destroy the presidency?

A look at vintage Polaroids of Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill and other Star Wars actors taken during the making of Return of the Jedi.

Undercover author finds Amazon warehouse workers in UK peed in bottles over fears of being punished for taking a break.

Understanding the difference between race and ethnicity.

3 medical projects driving maker innovation in health.

A look at the 13 lesser known members of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Ex-Facebook president Sean Parker said that the site was made to exploit human vulnerability.

15 tattooed seniors answer the question: “What will it look like in 40 years?”

How these lava lamps are securing the Internet.

Behold the unnervingly rectangular livestock of pastoral art.

Watch as a 17th century portrait emerges from 200 years of discolored varnish.

Why job hunters don’t find work.

A profile of the man who is helping Americans access safe drinking water.

Why the US fails at worker training.

Somebody wrote an email bot to waste scammers’ time.

Twist fabric scraps into colorful twine.

This “Ordinary People vs. Creative People” comic has spawned a very creative meme.

Neoliberalm has conned us into fighting climate change as individuals.

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Why most people will remain in mediocrity.

Undoing the New Deal: Bill Clinton rolled back the New Deal and Barack Obama blew an FDR moment.

Is revolution brewing in the US?

The $1.80 Instagram strategy to build your business or brand.

Yes, America, there is a class war and you just lost it.

How the baby boomers—not millennials—screwed America.

Elon Musk doesn’t really like the mass transit system he’s trying to build.

Struggling with your career? Here’s how to maximize the happiness in your life.

China will collect the DNA of every adult in Xinjiang province, where Uyghur people are systematically oppressed.

The post office can offer financial services that private banks won’t. In fact, it’s been done before.

It’s time to make life hard for the rich.

A video featuring a master craftsman working on a Japanese teapot from the beginning until the startling end.

Wyoming is a poor state that exports talent. Will that ever change?

Sex slavery, ISIS, and the illegal arms trade: Libya plunges into failed state after US invasion.

Confederacy of Dunces: Neoliberals jump the shark in The New York Times.

This person photographed women in 60 countries in order change the way that we all see beauty.

The Trumpdroid at Disney’s Hall of Presidents looks an awful lot like a hastily modded Hillarybot.

The truth behind “The Macarena” will leave your jaw on the floor.

Behold this one of a kind Krampus nativity set.

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Women are calling to an end to sexual harassment in the animation industry. 

To save Net Neutrality, we must build our own Internet.

When blue chips fall like dominoes.

The deranged Twitter thread that proves that establishment liberals have lost their minds.

Why we need to appreciate the talents and abilities of the quiet introverted ones.

The mainstream media quietly erases the role NATO played in bringing slave markets to Libya.

Here’s the line-up of liars you can thank when the economy crashes.

Four WTF lessons the world teaches us about sexualizing teens.

An Internet entrepreneur makes a video expressing how shocked he is that he was sued for stealing a copyright owner’s work.

The myth that college graduates make the best employees.

Medicare for all is not socialized medicine.

Most of America’s terrorists are white and not Muslim.

Facebook’s security chief says that his company’s security is like a college campus but they face threats like a defense contractor.

All of these women of color are badder than Taylor Swift.

Punks and metalheads are infiltrating the system by winning political office.

Walt Disney World is anything but magical for its employees.

Here’s an online trove of historic sewing patterns and costumes.

An essay on being biracial without identity issues.

The 11 most unintentionally hilarious religious paintings.

“Protest Matters” museum shows what resistance looks like.

Happy Holidays! Retailers are still destroying unsold clothes and blankets instead of donating them. 

What’s wrong with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer? It’s not what you think!

Here is the Nobel prize winning physicist’s theory on what is the root cause of all evil in the world.

50+ epic Christmas design fails that you will find hard to believe actually happened. 

Everyone can’t stop laughing after this grumpy cat crashed a nativity scene in New York City. 

Racy vintage postcards from Germany of Krampus cavorting with sexy chicks and she-devils. 

Family sends the most awkward Christmas cards for the past 15 years and the results are funny.

 A free tutorial on how to make hot chocolate on a stick.

 Dad turns his baby into a real-life Elf on the Shelf and the results are adorable.

Atheist group trolls small towns with “Church is Fake News” billboards.

Here’s a look at Woolworth’s Christmas catalog from 1954.

Here’s a hilarious look at 27 hipsters ruining Christmas.

A rant on why ugly Christmas sweater parties need to end.

Was Julian Assange attempting something far more damaging than putting Trump in office?

There’s a book of “beautiful” (but strictly unauthorized) poetry by Donald Trump and it’s a hoot.

Reckoning with Bill Clinton’s sex crimes.

It was the Democrats’ embrace of neoliberalism that won the election for Donald Trump.

This half Christmas tree is half absurd, half genius.

Media blackout as millions of Muslims march against ISIS in Iraq. 

Why poor whites are so angry.

Big Data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens.

How the Fingerling caught on as the Hot Toy of 2017.

Neoliberalism: the idea that swallowed the world.

How Women’s Suffrage leaders left out black women.

Arnold Schwarzenegger to Neo-Nazis: Your heroes are losers.

As young galleries seek alternatives to art fairs, a promising solution has emerged.

Why can’t white supremacists confront the fact that the source of their economic problems are white economic elites?

It’s time to stop coddling the Confederacy.

Fort Morgan J.C. Penney closing means the end of a woman’s 65-year career at the store.

A look at the oldest photos ever taken in the United States.

The case for naming and shaming white supremacists.

A new book makes the provocative proclamation that there is no such thing as a gifted child and adults can help almost any child become gifted.

Not only was Sylvia Plath a talented poet but she was a talented visual artist as well.

The best free PDF editor for Mac, Windows, and Linux when you’re in a bind.

How did we treat our monuments to white supremacists when they weren’t our white supremacists.

Vibrant mushroom arrangements photographed by Jill Bliss.

Take a tour of Riyadh’s women-only makerspace.

An open letter to fellow white Americans.

A humorous look at the worst fashion trend of every decade starting with the 1900s.

Years after Syd Barrett’s death, there are two attempts to make retro-style animated music videos to Barrett’s song “Effervescing Elephant.”

DC’s legendary punk label Dischord Records makes its entire catalogue free to stream.

A look at Gay Monopoly, a vintage boardgame from 1983.

How classic cartoons created a culturally literate generation.

People are furious at these new shirts from Kylie and Kendall Jenner.

Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian are accused of stealing ideas from indie African American designers. 

See photographs of figures in Russian history rendered in colorized portraits, such as Tolstoy, Chekhov, and more.

This artist is brining out the beauty in stretch marks.

The rise in art protests: how the gallery became a new battleground.

What it means to be on the left.

Interactive Periodic Table of Elements shows how the elements actually get used in making everyday things.

Someone called this white girl’s Japanese tea party racist on social media but then this Japanese user stepped in.

Gorgeous color autochromes of American women from over 100 years ago.

Creative mom dresses up in amazing cosplay to represent older women characters.

Fender custom shop recycles Hollywood Bowl bench boards to make $12k guitars.

Rural America is stranded in the dial-up age.

Director Michel Gondry makes a charming film on his iPhone, proving that we could be making movies, not taking selfies.

This man spent 6 years crocheting a Super Mario Bros map blanket.

Neoliberalism has conned us into fighting climate change as individuals.

Transgender soldiers of the American Civil War.

The 11 most unintentionally hilarious religious paintings.

Meet the unconventional family who lives in a 1940s time warp.

$330,000 in financial aid bought this person a slot in the American meritocracy. He writes about the flaws in that system.

Here is where many of the clothes you throw away end up.

The Goatman—or his story—still haunts a suburban area of Washington, DC.

Meet Lilli, the high-end German call girl who became America’s iconic Barbie doll.

A critical look at the Summer of Love 50 years later.

A brief history of the color blue.

Data shows that American English is rising around the world.

The Morris Museum steampunk marvels are truly amazing.

Dear Gwyneth Paltrow, we’re not f**king with you we’re correcting you, XOXO Science.

Watch this artist repaint a Barbie doll to look like Wonder Woman.

The people who tried to take panorama shots with hilarious results.

Russian nesting dolls based on characters from Spinal Tap, The Young Ones, Rocky Horror, Heathers, and more.

Redneck Revolt brings anti-racist, anti-capitalist politics to working class whites.

The oldest color photographs show what the world looked like 100 years ago.

The unbearable wrongness of Gwyneth Paltrow. Please do not buy into her bullshit.

Amusing vintage knitting and crochet patterns for men.

How middle-class Americans were fleeced by neoliberalism.

Using these email fonts may ruin your chance at landing a job.

Nine budget recipes from the Great Depression that are still good enough to eat today.

A job ad seeking a professional wedding photographer where the person won’t be compensated except in toll money.

CTRL + X: Street artists “delete” graffiti with a painted anamorphic illusion.

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