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- The NY Times profiled some transplants from Silicon Valley who moved into $7,600/month two-bedroom apartment in Manhattan so they'll "have enough storage space for the craft materials she uses for her feminist tableware line, Oddtitties.us."
- The WSJ explains how robots and drones will change retail forever.
- Solange told the Times that her new album will drop any day now.
- Director Bryan Singer has preemptively denied an apparent bombshell Esquire report about his sexual misconduct.
- Stormy Daniels reflects on being famous for sleeping with Trump: "It was funnier when he wasn’t the president."
- SeekingArrangement isn't about frivolous sugar baby lifestyle anymore—it's about solving student debt.
- The Atlantic writes that Newt Gingrich turned partisan battles into bloodsport, wrecked Congress, and paved the way for Trump's rise—and now he's reveling in his achievements.
- Dorito Pig is the hero America needs now.
- Director Luca Guadagnino says he wants to turn Bob Dylan's classic Blood On The Tracks album into a movie.
- Jezebel writer Hazel Cills got to experience life as an amusement park zombie.
- Climate change might double the cost of beer, which must be terrible news for a certain beer-loving Supreme Court justice.
- And finally, look at this goober!
Hug me 😍🐶 pic.twitter.com/jYdJQSRWxQ
— Cute Emergency (@CuteEmergency) October 15, 2018