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  • The NY Times tried to figure out when "performative workaholism" become a lifestyle for Millennials: "Welcome to hustle culture. It is obsessed with striving, relentlessly positive, devoid of humor, and — once you notice it — impossible to escape."
  • Apparently, Trump's favorite thing about being president is giving tours to guests, pointing out the Lincoln bedroom and offering commentary on Bill Clinton & Monica Lewinsky's relationship.
  • So as we sadly expected, Jeff Bridges is playing The Dude in a Super Bowl commercial in which he runs into Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw and they both drink Stellas. The end.
  • Here is a terrifying story about smear campaigns: an artistic NYC couple got a critical email, then spread a career-killing lie about the wrong person in retaliation, and then when they were called out in court, refused to apologize.
  • Hundreds of BuzzFeed current and former employees have demanded that the company pay out earned paid time off to its recently laid-off employees.
  • Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is flirting with running for president as an independent, which no one wants.
  • Google publicly supported its employees' walkout in November, but three weeks later, Google "quietly asked the government to narrow the right to organize over work email."
  • Here is a hilarious Twitter account dedicated to sports mascots observing moments of silence.
  • Star Anthony Davis wants out of New Orleans, and the Knicks are reportedly prepared to be "aggressive" to get him.
  • I love that this Manhattan law firm posed for photos for the NY Times despite the fact they were writing a story about the firm's lack of diversity.
  • Bradley Cooper joined Lady Gaga in Vegas this weekend to perform "Shallow" live.
  • The universe keeps trying to tell Mayor de Blasio that no one wants him to run for president, but de Blasio isn't hearing it.
  • And finally, pupper.broke.exe: