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- Binghamton got a record 40 inches of snow during this week's snowstorm, check out some insane photos and videos from there.
- Oh, that doesn't sound great: The Energy Department and National Nuclear Security Administration, which maintains the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile, have evidence that hackers accessed their networks.
- In addition to poisoning democracy, Rudy Giuliani has also been selling cigars and gold coins on his personal YouTube page.
- Rolling Stone interviewed medic Lauren Kwei about being attacked by the NY Post for having an OnlyFans account and the fallout from that: "I had worked so hard to be where I am right now, and it felt like I was just another sex worker to this man, that it didn’t matter what I’ve done in my life or what I’ve succeeded at. All that mattered to this reporter was that I was a sex worker."
- GQ makes a convincing argument that the Lord Of The Rings trilogy are Christmas movies.
- Read an interview with cartoonist Ward Sutton, the man who came up with the "Sickos Guy" meme.
- Dutch prosecutors say that a man really did hack into Trump's Twitter account twice by guessing his password (it was "yourefired" in 2014, and "maga2020!" in 2020).
- The latest wacky anti-vaccination conspiracy theory is about "disappearing" needles.
- The NY Post thinks that Central Park North is the city's "next real estate goldmine."
- Wired looks at the best TikToks of 2020.
- What's it like being directed by Nancy Meyers? Vulture spoke to tons of her collaborators, from Diane Keaton to Cameron Diaz to Alec Baldwin to Steve Martin and more, about it.
- And finally, slip slidin' a'dog:
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