Any Deaths of the Children I’ve Kidnapped Are Strictly the Fault of Parents Who Didn’t Pay the Ransom

This essay by Matthew Dessem in Slate is eye-opening satire. I can’t even find a good pull quote to illustrate the pointedness of it. The whole thing is so supremely well-written, I urge you to read it for yourself.

December 29, 2018

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83 Things That Blew Our Minds in 2018 Here is a fun list of the most extreme, most sobering, and zaniest facts The Atlantic’s science, technology, and health reporters learned this year.