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  • Trump has been pulling an all-nighter tweeting about CNN civility and, um, having a temper tantrum about Twitter bots? "Twitter has removed many people from my account and, more importantly, they have seemingly done something that makes it much harder to join - they have stifled growth to a point where it is obvious to all. A few weeks ago it was a Rocket Ship, now it is a Blimp! Total Bias?"
  • Speaking of civility, Jimmy Kimmel did a good job of showing just how hypocritical Trump is on the subject.
  • Some absolutely terrible AI art sold for over $432K at auction.
  • Why would any real NYer wait on lines?
  • In the wake of a lot of terrible right wing punditry, Vox explains false flags.
  • NYC’s Symphony Space will be holding its 38th annual John Lennon Tribute concert on November 30th, headlined by Rosanne Cash.
  • The Wall Street Journal offers an insane look inside Netflix's corporate culture, in which employees fear they could be fired every day, executives have to act out Greek plays, and CEO Reed Hastings doesn't understand how one makes lemonade.
  • The Times has a devastating report on the war in Yemen that "now risks tipping the country into a famine of catastrophic proportions."
  • Do you have your significant other as the background of your phone, or are you too cool for that?
  • Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambitious plan to fix some of NYC’s worst public schools may soon end entirely—the Times reports that in the four years since the Renewal program was announced, the city has spent $773 million on it.
  • And finally, SUCH BRAVE, SUCH LEAVES: