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I find the end of life decisions of Chester Minitz Jr and Joan Nimitz very admirable and brave.
Amazing article on some intriguing interpretations of the long term economic climate. Life of compelled leisure might be kind of sort of ok, but getting their is going to be painful. It seems like there would be potential for all kinds of art and beauty, but there's reasonable suspicion that the unwashed masses aren't up for it.
That article linked to other thoughtful articles on Higher Education as a Bubble and the concept of Peak Capitalism. Hopefully I'm not too pollyanna in liking articles that say big disruptive changes are going to be happening, but it's not the gloom and doom for everyone some other pundits always are banging on about.
"Actually, a fiction major was probably the best EVER preparation for marketing."
I was trying to quantify what seemed off about the masses Zoosk shows me, like vs OKCupid, and I realized: none of them are in glasses. It's like Zoosk doesn't know me at all.