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The Goods

Actually, maybe don’t learn to code

How Catholicism became a meme

Juneteenth merch is American consumerism at its most crass

The best $2,618 I ever spent: A second wedding ceremony

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It’s a terrifying time to have kids in America. It doesn’t have to be this way.

How do you raise kids in a country that seems to hate them?

One Direction fangirls created the internet as we know it

The bad vibes economy

The kids who have never known life without Covid-19

Might I suggest not listening to famous people about money?

Staring down 30 at the Taylor Swift dance party

The best $17.59 I’ve ever spent: A totally normal alarm clock

How the internet gets people to plagiarize each other

Why must we pay to have a slightly less miserable time at the airport?

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Play-to-earn gaming sounds too good to be true. It probably is.

The video game industry’s clumsy flirtation with Web3 doesn’t feel like it has actual players in mind.

Twitter trolling with Chapo Trap House’s Felix Biederman

Are we ever authentically ourselves on the internet?

The many, many costs of breastfeeding

Crypto believers insist this is all worth it. Is it?

The best $15 I ever spent: An audiobook subscription

Why pet food is so doggone expensive