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- Not sure if you want to move? Let this NY Times quiz tell you where you should live, whether you like it or not.
- If your wife reveals that she secretly wrote a book during her lunch breaks and sold it for $100K, just be very, very grateful.
- Crypto? More like Crypt-yes! Eric Adams reportedly got a ride to the Somos conference on the plane of cryptocurrency billionaire Brock Pierce, who has also been advising the Mayor-elect on "all things crypto." Despite saying he had paid his own way down to Puerto Rico for the NY Democrats retreat last month, his campaign was unable to provide proof.
- Legendary animated filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki has come out of retirement to make a new film.
- Here is an incredibly reasonable take on the benefits of a four-day workweek.
- A Missouri judge has ruled that a man who was jailed for more than 40 years for three murders was wrongfully convicted.
- Would you buy your dog prosthetic testicles (a.k.a. Neuticles) so they can feel more whole?
- In 1997, Wired predicted 10 things that could go wrong in the 21st century—and they were unfortunately right about a lot them!
- Doppelgänger headline of the day: "I look exactly like Scarlett Johansson — but it makes me cry."
- Vulture writes about the aesthetics of prosthetics in movies like House Of Gucci: "Watching [Jared Leto] the long-locked part-time rock god pretend to be the chrome-domed fashion failson is enough to make anyone meditate on the strangeness of Hollywood’s prosthetics habit."
- Former NY Giants Odell Beckham Jr. announced that he will take his new salary with the LA Rams in Bitcoin.
- The gritty, dramatic reboot of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is real, and its teaser trailer is very confusing.
- And finally, why did the very serious turkey stand in the middle of the road? To help other turkeys cross to the other side.
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