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My reoccurring nightmares often involve planes, and they often involve total abandonment. But until today, it’d never occurred to my subconscious to put the two together. Unluckily for one Air Canada passenger, waking up on an empty, cold, (fortunately) grounded aircraft wasn’t even a nightmare, but a very terrible

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Some things are sacred. Ravelry, the online knitting community that provides space for members to share patterns for everything under the sun is one of them. On Sunday, the website said it would not longer tolerate users trying to distract others from the singular joy of knitting with their implicit support of white

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year—soccer time, baby—and today, we are celebrating the U.S. women’s soccer team advancing to the quarter finals of FIFA Women’s World Cup, after beating Spain 2-1. You will absolutely never catch me chanting “USA! USA!” (and I never root for the U.S. men’s soccer team), but

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I’ve never seen Forrest Gump in its entirety. This hasn’t proven to be much of a problem, honestly: Forrest Gump references have been so arduously instilled into popular culture since its 1993 release that the phrase “run, Forrest, run!” carried significance on the playground when I was a kid with no idea of who

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Babe.net could have been a good website, and for a time, before it shut down in February, it really was. Its lack of self-consciousness and weird tendency for obsessive DM reporting represented the best of the lawless world of blogging, making it one of my favorite stops in my morning news trawls.

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