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stuff i consumed: february 2020

Here’s some stuff I consumed in the last month that didn’t waste my time!

Helen Rosner, The Many Lives of Roberto, a Soup

Miles Klee, The Forever War Between ‘Come’ and ‘Cum’

Beth Boyle Machlan, A Cold, White Sport in a Warming World

Merritt K, Richard Kind: A Review

Michael Clair, The long history of baseball’s most glorious fashion accessory: The stirrup sock

Peter Slattery, We Finally Figured Out Who Makes wikiHow’s Bizarre Art

Jon Bois et al., 17776

Orville Peck, “Nothing Fades Like the Light”

Miles Klee, No One Has Range Like Richard Kind

stuff i consumed: january 2020

Here’s some stuff I consumed in the last month that didn’t waste my time!

Max Joseph, BOOKSTORES: How to Read More Books in the Golden Age of Content

Lisa Hix, The Untold History of the Easy-Bake Oven

Sign Duo, How I Communicate with My Deaf Boyfriend in the Dark

David Bennett Piano, The Modes Ranked by Brightness

EJ Dickson, Will Furries Ever Go Mainstream?

Aja Romano, How Fangirls Changed the Future of Publishing

Olivia Muenter, Why Bath & Body Works’ Cucumber Melon Is Probably Never Going Away

Daniel Mallory Ortberg, The Martyrdom Of Saint Sebastian, In Ascending Order Of Sexiness And Descending Order Of Actual Martyring

Dr. Howard Markel, The Real Story Behind Penicillin

Mia Mercado, I Am the Person Who Writes Conflict Into Husband-Wife Home Renovation Shows

stuff i consumed: december 2019

Unboxing But No Hands (CHALLENGE)

Can Wholesome Edits of Boomer Comics End the Generation War?

The 2017 College Grad Who Got Attacked by a Horde of YA Authors Had No Idea What She Was Getting Into

The Try Guys Bake Cookies Without A Recipe

Test of Faith

Work Should Be Over When It Gets Dark

Link Rides A Horse For The First Time (SURPRISE)

Pendeja, You Ain’t Steinbeck: My Bronca with Fake-Ass Social Justice Literature

The day when three NASA astronauts staged a strike in space

How I Lost My Legs ang Gained… You Want Me to Say Something Inspiring Here

Can You Guess How Many Nesting Dolls? (GAME)

When “Peanuts” Went All-In on Vaccinations

I have sex with fat people, and it’s not revolutionary: a thread.

some stuff i consumed: october 2019

Mystery Finger Trap Challenge

The stories behind LA’s famous (and strange) street names

Eugene Ranks The Most Popular Cereals

Honourable Mention

Daniels Book Eight

Billie Lourd on Becoming the Keeper of Princess Leia

The 2010s Broke Our Sense Of Time

Fanfiction: The Infinite Free Buffet

Knuck-Tat Generator

Ugly, Bitter, and True

At Last, Disney+ Is Here To Ruin Everything You Love

like a knife to my belly

stuff i consumed: october 2019

The last two weeks have been some of the hardest of my life and if you’ve got good energy to spare, my mom and my family could really use it right now. Here’s some stuff I took into my brain when I could.

Tamales, a Christmastime tradition

How Reading Became a Lifestyle Brand

What In God’s Name Was Muzzy?

Worth It Reacts to Their First Video Together

The Anti-Capitalist Brilliance of Early Adam Sandler

Tuna Noodle Casserole: It Only *Sounds* Disgusting

Proud to be Autistic (Autism Explained by An Autistic Person)

Minimalism Is Just Another Boring Product Wealthy People Can Buy

Why 1950s America Got So Into Those Incredibly Fake Aluminum Christmas Trees