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On the other hand, you might take a close look at the show’s opening credits, which suggest a simpler tale: one about heroic male outlines and closeups of female asses. The more episodes that go by, the more I’m starting...
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Keeping tabs on past loves has a rich history in literature, from Romeo camping out under a teenage girl’s balcony to Jay Gatsby buying a mansion across the water from his married ex. Fortunately for today’s “stalkers”—as we’re wont to call it, though...
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So many U.S. cities now pin their economic hopes and dreams on building a burgeoning technology sector and becoming a mini-Silicon Valley, with an abundance of jobs and well-educated residents. Even New York City, whose residents and leaders rarely admit...
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, wearing a red helmet, is briefed about tanks containing radioactive water at Fukushima Daiichi. (Japan Pool/AP) In March 2011, a devastating tsunami raced across Fukushima’s picturesque shore over which the now famous nuclear power plant...
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