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  • (in)courage | 12/13/2017 | MaryLynn Johnson
    I was about 12 years old at the time, sitting in the physical therapy room at the pediatric hospital. I had been going there consistently for 10 years, and I would go another 5 before I was finally...
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  • WIRED | 11/17/2017 | Wired Staff
    HEADPHONES AREN’T REALLY just headphones anymore. They’re ear computers. Sure, you can use them to listen to music, as always. But they’ve got touch controls now.
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  • www.zerohedge.com | 11/14/2017 | Staff
    When you write about economics, you learn very quickly that the economy doesn’t care what you say about it. The forces that drive it are beyond any one person’s comprehension, much less control.
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  • Desiring God | 11/10/2017 | Vaneetha Rendall Risner
    Some days I wake up crying. When I do, I often don’t even know why. Perhaps it is the weight of unspoken problems that I’m too afraid to articulate, coupled with a vague dread of what might come next.
    582 views loranseen
  • The New Yorker | 10/30/2017 | Patrick Radden Keefe
    Almost immediately after OxyContin’s release, there were signs that people were abusing it in rural areas like Maine and Appalachia. If you ground the pills up and snorted them, or dissolved them in...
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  • (in)courage | 11/4/2017 | Rachel Boulos
    As he carried me up the staircase, I gripped his shoulder for balance. It was becoming our nightly routine, another reminder of my crippling disease. Only two months had passed since I lost my...
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