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Over 35? Plenty of talent? Years of experience? Completely obsolete?

 You must work in Silicon Valley.

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Whoops! The Koch Brothers Are Accidentally Advertising the Benefits of Obamacare. http://on.tnr.com/Q7fhie
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Raising the minimum wage will NOT lift everyone above the poverty line. http://on.tnr.com/OBnQR8
Some people will remain below the line, no matter what.
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One great artist who can't be pigeon-holed into any particular school or group: http://on.tnr.com/1eSj6gh
If you are the sort of person who recoils from typecasting and branding, you won’t want to miss “The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Happy 100 Years anniversary TNR...to a great magazine.  One of the few with great, well written articles on a multitude of subjects.  "Keep on truckin"!
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The strange saga of a possibly real, possibly fake study that became an Internet news meme.
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Acronyms abound.  Std  used to be ...    stand for "standard".
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The specific numbers may not matter, but the ideas do.
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Asbestos will kill around 10,000 people this year—which makes it about as deadly as gun crime. http://on.tnr.com/1nUzRkF
A campaign of scientific concealment, distortion, and public misinformation that dates back over 80 years hid—and hides—the dangers of asbestos.
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8 underage tech founders who are making millions (like the 15-year-old who started Summly): 
The tech-world teenyboppers who are gobbling up millions
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The idea that Putin's aggression is entirely the fault of the U.S. is "laughably solipsistic": http://on.tnr.com/OBi8yC
When thinking about how to respond to Russia's actions, it's probably best to stop viewing those actions as the result of America.
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Russia has real soldiers on their border and no gay pride marches in their army... Imagine that.
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The only thing shocking about "Nymphomaniac" is how conventional it is. http://on.tnr.com/1g0BSXe
No amount of high-minded metaphors will erase the fact that the burden of sexual shame almost always falls on women in our society.
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The increasingly awkward conservative crush on Putin (must be all that shirtlessness...)
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If you are still a little butt hurt over no gay pride nonsense at the Olympics, you need to slap some salve on it boy... 
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Vladimir Putin isn't invading Crimea or trying to secure the land around which his warm-water fleet
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Founded in 1914 as a "journal of opinion which seeks to meet the challenge of a new time," The New Republic is the nation's most influential magazine of domestic and international politics, culture, and the arts.