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The older I get the more I hate crowds. Anyone else feel the same way?

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T-Mobile Tuesdays Trading/Discussion thread: April 30, 2019

Please arrange trades yourself. Facilitated trading will return after updates to the trading process are complete. See sticky for more details. submitted by /u/luckybuilder to r/TMobileTuesdays
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/u/518Peacemaker, a crane operator, uses dashcam footage to identify negligence in Seattle crane collapse.

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/u/Dormin111 describes the way the Disaster Artist movie greatly mischaracterizes Tommy Wiseau, and how the public perception of him as a quirky and eccentric film maker covers up harmful mental illnesses.

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Disaster Artist - Insanity is No Shortcut to Inspiration

I read Disaster Artist on a whim when the movie came out. I’ve since gone through the audiobook 3.5 times and can confidently say it’s one of my favorite books of all time. I expected just to hear funny anecdotes about the making of a famously awful movie and the man behind it, but I found so much more depth. In my eyes, Disaster Artist is an examination of insanity (which I am defining as “the inability to perceive reality to the degree of low or non-functionality in regular life”). The book is a pushback against a subtle cultural norm that sees crazy people as having some sort of gift or potential or insight that everyone else doesn’t.This message hit me especially hard because I had my first real experience with a crazy person only a few months before I read Disaster Artist. I don’t want to give too many details about my personal life, but in brief:I co-run a small education business. Six months into operations, we hired an employee whose credentials seemed to good to be true. He w…

Rampant Chinese cheating exposed at the Boston Marathon

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