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Earlier this week, someone hacked Leslie Jones’s Web site, posting what seemed to be nude photos of her, an image of her passport, and a picture of Harambe the gorilla. This is the sleaziest chapter in an ongoing saga that might be called Jones v. the Worst People on the Internet.
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The Trump-Farage friendship is not surprising—the two of them have had success using many of the same tactics. Just as Trump has done in America, Nigel Farage and his party appealed to deep-rooted racism and xenophobia, and made limiting immigration a central issue.
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Who doesn't lie Trump I believe in you, remember who your trying to reach the majority are poor needs a man like you to look them in the eye like men, not your fault just look past what you always seen and see it from their shoes, your awesome love you!
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Ted Cruz's rejection of Donald Trump, when every other putative successor as Republican nominee has endorsed him, fits right into his master plan.
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He might have “carpet bombed” his chances at another run with his shenanigans at the convention.
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Here’s a headline you’re not so likely to see: “Conservatives Are from Earth, Liberals Are from Earth, and Scientists Aren’t Really Sure About How They End Up That Way.”
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Donald Trump is often simply wrong about science, denying climate change and furthering the myth that vaccines cause autism.
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Trump is a rich jackass who doesn't even read books and he is totally self-absorbed. A true asshole. 
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Tan Le’s company makes "brain wearables." Consider their implications at #TNYtechfest, October 7th in New York City. Register now: http://nyer.cm/BuDFAsY
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The conditions at Attica were not, by prison standards, uniquely horrible. It was that they were systematically horrible.
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On October 7th, global leaders, entrepreneurs, scientists, and thinkers will join New Yorker writers and editors to discuss the innovations that are shaping our world.
David Remnick, the editor of The New Yorker, hosts a program of provocative discussions, inspiring presentations, hands-on demonstrations, and intimate break-out experiences.
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This is the essential mystery of Ryan Lochte: athletic success at the level he has achieved takes almost superhuman mental fortitude and edge. Either all of that vanishes when he steps out of the pool, or he’s a deeply gifted actor, or he has a kind of stupid genius always at work in him.
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Lochte shows that excellence in athletics does not necessarily extend to other areas of life. We evidently need to be reminded of this from time to time. By the same token, the opinion of an expert is no better than anyone else's once they stray from their field of expertise.
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David Chang never set out to become famous. He just wanted to see if he could open a noodle bar. Hear the rest of his story at the New Yorker TechFest on October 7th. Register here: http://nyer.cm/HUV5yzQ
David Remnick, the editor of The New Yorker, hosts a program of provocative discussions, inspiring presentations, hands-on demonstrations, and intimate break-out experiences.
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The distorted incentives of the for-profit prison industry have even managed to find bright sides to undisputed social problems like unemployment.
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It's about time!! It was a disgraceful disaster!!
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The desire for causality in politics, or at least some basic truths—"Of course those Republicans are closed-minded people!" or "Of course those damn Democrats are neurotic!"—persists.
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