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"I Feel Particularly Bad About That Last One"When using friends and family to make an argument feels right, and when it feels wrong.
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“We Get Really Nerdy About Why a Headline Works”Slate’s editors in a roundtable about heds, deks, annoying clickbait, and more.
The Slate Podcasts Soundboard!All your favorite Slate podcast personalities, saying all your favorite catchphrases.
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The Great J-School DebateFour Slate-sters (and journalism school grads) dish on the pros and cons of going to journalism school.
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Geeking OutI write about some of the uglier aspects of humanity. Sometimes escapism is exactly what I need.
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“A Modest Affair in Which I Will Entertain 100 or So People”Two future Slate grooms debate the importance of wedding planning.
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“I Need a Pair of Pants That Won’t Bore Me to Death”Troy Patterson talks about looking sharp, flat-top fades, and being Slate’s Gentleman Scholar.
Slate Voice: “What Was Gay?”Listen to Slate’s J. Bryan Lowder read his story on the history and future of gayness.