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15 Amazing Book-Filled Bars Where We’d Like to Drink (Flavorwire)

Bon Iver performs at Austin City Limits (PBS)

Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Nature- “However, none of these explanations can fully account for the existence of genocide and mass killing. The most realistic conclusion is that reached by leading genocide scholar James Waller in his book Becoming Evil: How Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing, which concludes that all people share a human nature that includes the capacity for both extraordinary good and extraordinary evil under the right circumstances.” (The Resurgence)

Five Times We Tend to Overspend and How to Stop – “There’s psychological research to back up this approach: After 48 hours, the fog of dopamine, the reward chemical in your brain that goads you to hit “purchase,” wears off. (Lifehacker)

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