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It’s Almost Time For Succession Season 3 to Tell Us to F**k Off

After a far-too-long wait, it’s almost time for us Waystar-Royco shareholders (or, HBO subscribers) to see a bunch of rich people tell each other to Fuck Off again. Season 2 of Succession left us hanging way back in the pre-Covid world of Fall 2019, and we’ve been eagerly waiting to see how Kendall, Logan, Shiv,…

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It’s Time to Stop Demonizing Athletes for Using Marijuana

When I first went from a sedentary, pack-a-day smoker with an awful diet to a lean ultramarathon runner, thanks largely to cannabis edibles, I thought I was the only one. Turns out, I was part of a larger trend of exercisers—at every level—who are using pot to make exercise not just a necessary chore but…

it’s Vinland

It’s all in the ink: Vinland Map is definitely a fake, new analysis finds

A modern-day forgery — “There is no reasonable doubt here. This new analysis should put the matter to rest.” Jennifer Ouellette – Sep 14, 2021 10:11 pm UTC Enlarge / The Vinland Map purports to be a 15th-century map with a pre-Columbian depiction of the North American Coast. A new analysis has confirmed that the…

it’s Predict

Why It’s So Hard to Predict Where the Pandemic Is Headed Next

Among the professional hazards faced by Carl Bergstrom, a professor of biology at the University of Washington, is that he is often asked where the Covid-19 pandemic is heading. The question comes in many variations—what next week will be like, or the next school year, or the next winter—and has so for as long as…

it’s lavish

‘It’s not lavish, it’s vital:’ In-person corporate retreats return with a twist

Employers are pulling out all the stops for corporate retreats as they attempt to inject a much-needed dose of camaraderie for staff who haven’t seen each other in person for the last 18 months.Retreat-booking agencies, many of which pivoted to providing virtual experiences after the start of the pandemic, have found their books start to…

it’s years

It’s been 2 years since the last UN climate conference. So why do some activists want to postpone COP 26?

Originally, the 26th international U.N. conference on climate change was supposed to be held last November. Then, COVID-19 devastated the world, killing over 4 million people and bringing the planet to a halt. The most important summit in the world for slowing the pace of global warming was postponed for over a year — the…

it’s thinking

‘It’s just a new way of thinking’: Why consulting firm We Are Rosie is paying departing employees

August 27, 2021 by Kimeko McCoy Last year, murmurings started that the future of work would be found in the gig economy and project-based work. By the beginning of the year, those rumblings reached a fever pitch as the marketing and public relations industry began launching platforms like Publicist, which is geared toward freelancers.  With…

it’s Personal

Jake Paul Says ‘It’s More Personal’ with Tyron Woodley After Teams Scuffle at Presser

The actual faceoff between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley took a backseat Thursday when a scuffle broke out between members of their camps. “It’s more personal…

it’s Trump

Trump Is Finally Telling His Supporters to Get Vaccinated, but It’s Probably Too Late—And It’s All His Fault

One of the most disturbing aspects of the rise of Donald Trump is the extent to which his followers came to believe that this carnival-barking, semi-literate, faux-successful businessman with five children by three women, zero relevant experience, and a reputation for f–king people over and being completely full of shit was (and remains) their lord…

it’s Still

It’s Still Hot in Here: The Best Men’s Summer Style

With temperatures still nearing 90 degrees, summer is far from over. The best way to keep cool and look cool, shown by these guys of New York, is by wearing loose fitting T-shirts and button downs, and always having a hat to keep the sun off your face.  Look no further than the street style…