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The Russell Sage Foundation is the principal American foundation devoted exclusively to research in the social sciences.
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10 days ago by stevefleck
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This thread includes examples of men *and* white women tennis players not being penalized.

What happened to Serena…
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10 days ago by lurrel
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Shame on Olivia Munn for making it more difficult for ex-cons to reintegrate into society and begin living a produc…
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10 days ago by mikemccaffrey
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o novo, minha gente!

(fonte: Caio Ribeiro Chagas no facebook)
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10 days ago by amaral
da share z0ne store
GUEST OF HONOR GET’S THE CLICKER
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10 days ago by smr1973
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RT : In Finland, sometimes people joke that mozzarella is Moomin meat and if you eat mozzarella you're eating Moomin.
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10 days ago by leonsp
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10 days ago by ursamajor
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Cotton Roll-Cuff Top - Ombré Stripe | Talbots
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10 days ago by ursamajor
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New laundry basket liner as seen by me. It's a little bit messy but I'm sure the laundry won't notice/care
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10 days ago by hopeless
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1038802797448384512
*Stands on soapbox, clears throat*. Ahem, I'm now a staff writer at , writing ~twice a week, sometimes…
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10 days ago by Ianc
THE BENTWAY and NEW MUSEUM (NY) present IDEASCITY TORONTO - The Bentway
The rap-along at athe Bentway next Saturday looks like something I would enjoy if I could make it.
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10 days ago by sillygwailo
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God it is so helpful to have this all conveniently written down in one place. Don’t they know they’re not supposed…
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10 days ago by fkbarrett
Not Just Any White Shirt - The New York Times
"Of course, the choices one makes en route to a uniform of one’s own design also reflect the choices of the past. Charvet keeps a record of each client, and at some point, I notice that mine reads ‘‘Jake McAuley,’’ even though most everyone now calls me James. Jake was the 18-year-old who came into the store with his dad almost 10 years ago, the kid who spent most of that summer reading Fitzgerald but really just staring at oiled, topless Daisy Buchanans on French beaches and believing he would soon write the Great American Novel. Jake, it follows, chose the more casual white Oxford, whereas future iterations of James — collegiate man-child, fair-weather Rawlsian and, surprise, astoundingly pretentious seminar problematizer — opted for more versatile white poplins, opposed as he always was to commodity fetishism. Together, these shirts serve as a gallery of self-portraits, stitched and sewn introspections, probably my most sustained attempts at deducing the qualities lurking in the man I am still becoming. Today, I still choose a poplin. I am not yet sure what it means"
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10 days ago by theessentialman
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Joetsu Shinkansen E4 Series. Also a cameo from Keisei Skyliner if you look carefully.
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10 days ago by brittanyforks
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Volunteerism grows at The Elizabethan Gardens
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10 days ago by andriak
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is ranked 47th in healthcare systems. Thanks to the likes of , our healthcare is 5th from the bot…
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10 days ago by andriak
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2/ I'd bet a steak dinner whoever in the intelligence community has notes from that briefing—if there were any—or simply any person who *attended* that briefing has either documentary or testimonial evidence of Trump committing a federal crime to hide his campaign's Russia ties.

— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) September 8, 2018
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10 days ago by nickbaldwin
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Excellent thread here. Yes, actually, Tesla fans, chapter 11 RIGHT NOW would be the very best option to keep your b…
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10 days ago by edelagrave
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12. This power grab by the plutocrats, and yes, Obama is an ally of the plutocrats, had devastating effects worldwi…
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10 days ago by fkbarrett
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Within a few days of making my preprint available, I was contacted by a fellow grad student that was working with a…
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10 days ago by mozillascience
Vote From Abroad
RT : Hey fellow expat USians, will conveniently take you through filling out your absentee ballo…
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10 days ago by tikitu
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RT : Hey fellow expat USians, will conveniently take you through filling out your absentee ballo…
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10 days ago by tikitu
How am I Not Burned Out? – Hank Green – Medium
I’m a solid 12 years into my YouTube career. During that time I have been the CEO of three different companies, hired dozens of people, fired a few, started two…
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10 days ago by rboone
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So have other make athletes and there hasn’t been reams and reams written about their “meltdowns.” F…
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10 days ago by zvi
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RT : Bloggen gegen die Bequemlichkeit: Wachstuch
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10 days ago by Xylakant
Human brain is predisposed to negative stereotypes, new study suggests | Science | The Guardian
Human brain is predisposed to negative stereotypes, new study suggests via Instapaper
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10 days ago by albertosesn
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11. There are many ways to do bailouts. But the Obama bailout didn't stop a depression. It stopped a New Deal. And…
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10 days ago by lanebecker
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11. There are many ways to do bailouts. But the Obama bailout didn't stop a depression. It stopped a New Deal. And…
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10 days ago by fkbarrett
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She did not meltdown. Melting implies weakness, shrinking. Say she exploded. Say she expressed her anger. Say she s…
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