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- The NY Times has created the calmest place on the Internet.
- An 82-year-old woman voted for the first time, then died a few days later.
- Depressing headline of the day: "Republicans attack Jewish candidates across the U.S. with an age-old caricature: Fistfuls of cash."
- President Trump reportedly is "bracing for grim political news."
- Free advice: don't ride on top of Ubers.
- Musicians including Meek Mill, Kathleen Hanna, Kim Gordon, Jeff Tweedy and more talk about the importance of voting.
- Customers are buying out the inventory of donuts at this donut shop every morning so the owner can have more time to be with his sick wife.
- The Marine Corps said it has grounded two of its aviators as it continues to investigate a penis-shaped flight pattern drawn over southern California by one of its aircraft.
- New York Times food critic Pete Wells awarded a star to UWS pizza joint Mamas Too: "It is as if Frank Tuttolomondo, the owner and pie architect of this informal but very serious pizzeria on the Upper West Side, has learned how to genetically modify pizza."
- Mediocre music biopics may not technically be good, but they tend to be wildly entertaining.
- Fox News employees say they are disturbed after Sean Hannity campaigned with Trump: "It disturbs me to my core."
- Someone tried to sell their 2020 presidential vote on eBay.
- Meet the man who designed fake teeth for Rami Malek to play Freddie Mercury.
- Julia Gray picked out five other The Chainsmokers songs worthy of being adapted into movies.
- And finally, DID YOU FORGET ABOUT ME??
me sitting in traffic
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— Cute Emergency (@CuteEmergency) November 6, 2018