No, r/wallstreetbets isn’t a “fratty”, “sexist” subreddit, Washington Post.

Alright, this one finally got me at my keyboard. I’ve wanted to cover r/wallstreetbets for a week or so, but I never really had the motivation to sit down and actually do it. Well, what better motivation for me personally than sexism? That’s right! We got ourselves some sexists around here! It’s you, Washington Post.…

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If You Live Somewhere With a Dollar Tree (or equivalent) and Dirt, You Can Become a Gardener For Less Than $2

I’m poor. I’m a gardener. I resent, I despise, I loathe the notion that getting into gardening is an expensive venture. How dare you? How dare you rob others of the idea that they can be a gardener just because of their financial state? I’m here to tell you the good news–the people who tell…

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My Unfiltered Thoughts on Anticipatory Grief, the Purgatory Between Life and Death

I won’t lie to you, this article won’t contain any empty platitudes or hollow sympathies. If you find any words of comfort here, know that they come from a place of sincere empathy, because my mother is dying, and I can’t stop it. This is anticipatory grief. Anticipatory grief isn’t the same as post-death grief.…

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The Value of Absurd Humor

I once heard it said that all comedy is derived from some form of misery. I wish I could deck the guy who said it, as that is not only a sadistic, but incredibly erroneous and harmful notion. It’s fitting that the guy himself was painfully unfunny. The type who believes himself to be on…

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