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We have a whole lot to talk about. ...
The Trump-Biden Debate
In case you missed it… ...
It’s 2020 and you’re in the future
Some people are young, just not you. ...
Did James make the right Final Jeopardy bet?
I kinda think he didn’t. ...
An Actual Thing That Actually Happened
A thing happened at the coffee shop today that I needed to tell you about. And then while I was telling you about it, another thing happened that I needed to tell you about. ...
The Second Presidential Debate
In case you missed it, here’s what happened. ...
Everything I Ate Last Week
I kept a diary of everything I ate for a week. Here’s what went down. ...
Clueyness: A Weird Kind of Sad
No one likes to feel cluey. ...
Tim answers 46 reader questions about almost everything. ...
How I Handle Long Email Delays
Shit can get paranoid real quick. ...
Doing a TED Talk: The Full Story
Procrastinators and TED Talks—not a good match. ...
Why I’m Always Late
There’s not really any other explanation—chronically late people are actually insane. ...
The Most Depressing Buzzfeed Article of All Time
A new low for everyone. ...
It’s 2015, and You’re in the Future
It’s 2015, which means that if the Wonder Years were made today, it would take place between 1995 and 2000—and a bunch of other stressful facts. ...
The Teen Years: 9 Cringe-Inducing Realizations
Unfortunately for everyone, teenagers are a train wreck. ...
10 Types of Odd Friendships You’re Probably Part Of
When you’re young, you make friends kind of by accident. Then they stick. ...
Why You Secretly Hate Cool Bars
Going to bars is so often a bad life experience. So why do so many people do it? ...
Traveling To The Third World Is Great And Also It Sucks
Traveling is a mixed bag. It’s great. And also it sucks. ...
Why Sports Fans are Sports Fans
It might make absolutely no sense to care about the outcome of games between strangers who don’t care about you, but sports fandom matters to so many people—here’s why. ...
Why is My Laptop On?
“Why is my laptop on?” is a much more complicated—and interesting—question than it seems to be. ...