June 2017

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The NBA off-season is an internet treasure

Wait, that’s not the real trophy … Image: AP/ REX/ Shutterstock When the NBA season ends, the real NBA fun begins. OK, that might be an exaggeration, but not by much. The NBA’s off-season its so-called “silly season” has become a beautiful monster of its own. And it’s( nearly) all thanks to the internet. SEE

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15 Super Weird Things You Never Knew About Cats

It’s not news to anyone that cats are strange souls. The slinky felines have taken over our homes and our Internet memes. They spit up hairballs, turd in caskets, and sleep 16 hours a day. And somehow, these peculiarities manufacture them desirable pets. Their everyday habits are ludicrous enough, but there are some lesser known

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What Game Six of the 86 World Series Can Teach Us About Russiagate

Did President Trump tell then-FBI Director James Comey that he hoped Comey could see his channel clear to allow Michael Flynn lead? Absolutely, mentions Comey. No I didn’t, Trump supposes( not that there’d be nothing illegal about that ). Now granted, in this particular he-said-he-said conflict, I’m pretty sure whose remember is more trustworthy. But

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Recommendation: Take a food-themed road trip this summer

Image: Jim Heimann Collection/ getty images A summer vacation doesn’t need to cost you a month’s wage, but you’d be forgiven for thinking that it should. Between May and August, Instagram becomes a minefield of people you don’t know sitting poolside at The Ace Hotel in Palm Springs or whatever. Suddenly, your Brooklyn staycation seems

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This Father's Day, ask not what your children can do for you

He was a hot shot, Porsche-driving, Boston attorney with a craving for cocaine so exhausting that he would do boundaries of blow in the courthouse mens area between appearances. It took some time, but eventually his addiction stole everythingthe law practice, the Porsche, the money, and eventually his wife and daughters. Homeless and friendless, he