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- China has restricted travel for 35 million people and is rushing to build a 1,000-bed hospital in just 10 days to treat patients at the epicenter of the coronavirus.
- I cannot stop laughing at the sound this 3,000 year old mummy apparently makes, this is what science research is all about.
- The Atlantic explores the "divine origins" of horny emoji-based chain texts.
- Will Ferrell gets sweetly nostalgic over his SNL days, and revisits his old character Ron.
- This Vox article argues that millennials are the "death positive" generation, which at least sounds pretty metal.
- Watch the trailer for Jon Stewart's new movie Irresistible, which stars Steve Carrell and Rose Byrne as political operatives battling over a mayoral race in Wisconsin.
- Stock traders are accused of siphoning $60 billion from the state coffers of European countries, in a scheme that's been called “the biggest tax theft in the history of Europe”—and now Germany is trying to get its money back.
- Lil Wayne has a new album out next week titled Funeral, which I assume is not an Arcade Fire cover album, but you never know.
- Mortimer and Jacqueline Sackler have reportedly "fled New York for Europe" after selling their Upper East Side townhouse for nearly $40 million.
- Listen to an unreleased David Bowie re-recording of "Stay" from the '90s, a new single from Megan Thee Stallion, and Andy Shauf's fantastic new record The Neon Skyline.
- And finally, this is how the sausage gets made:
Early Addition: Millennials Also The 'Death Positive' Generation?
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