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Another Pizza-Based Conspiracy Theory Is Catching Fire on YouTube

No, Chuck E. Cheese’s is not “recycling” pizza. But the viral video shows an early YouTube star’s turn toward the fringes.

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Nov. 29 2018 6:36 PMShould an Amazon Boycott Include Its Original Series?The sinister truth about the company’s streaming service.
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Oct. 17 2018 3:36 PMThe New Way to Get People to Register to Vote Is to Trick Them Into It With Celebrity Gossip
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Oct. 3 2018 6:19 PMWhy Bagel Snobs Shouldn’t Kvetch About the New Bagel Emoji
Oct. 1 2018 1:23 PMThe “Female Blackout” Was Not Effective Social Media Activism. It Was a Chain Letter.
Sept. 24 2018 1:45 PMRomantic LinksIn the era of TomKat and Brangelina, sites like WhosDatedWho were the web’s most useful celebrity-relationship resource. The internet moved on—but they’re still here.
Sept. 13 2018 6:44 PMThe Mesmerizing Live Video of an American Flag Slowly Disintegrating in the Face of Hurricane Florence
Sept. 10 2018 9:08 AMI Gave Advice on a Hugely Popular Reddit Forum for a Week. If Only People Wanted My Answers.The best and the worst of the internet is rolled up into one fascinating board.
Sept. 7 2018 12:41 PMHow Brad Boxberger Became the First Player to Wear Emoji in an MLB Game
Sept. 5 2018 5:13 PMWhat if Elon Musk’s Rage Emails Are Actually Just Gmail Smart Replies?
Jan. 17 2019 8:22 PMThe Fake Washington Post Wasn’t Fake NewsIt was parody. And it’s essential to understand the difference—especially now.
Jan. 9 2019 6:56 PMThe Absurd, Unsubtle Joy of the “Subtle Asian Dating” Facebook GroupWhy the raunchy, self-aware Subtle Asian Traits offshoot is quickly gaining followers.
Dec. 14 2018 11:12 AMInside Facebook’s One-Day “Privacy Shop”Come for the hot chocolate with F-shaped marshmallows. Stay for the tech support.
Nov. 6 2018 5:04 PMThe App That Tells You Your Friends’ Voting History Is Kind of Creepy and Really Dysfunctional
Oct. 25 2018 2:26 PMWhy Is Google’s Smart Compose So Good?I thought I’d turn off the new feature immediately. Instead, I’m transfixed.
Oct. 15 2018 3:38 PMKeeping Your Wedding Guests Off Social Media Is Basically Hopeless. Just Ask Princess Eugenie.
Oct. 11 2018 6:46 PMSnapchat Makes Television NowIt’s vertical, highly produced, and very superfluous.
Oct. 9 2018 6:30 PMWhy Twitter’s #HimToo Mother-and-Son Saga Was a Satisfying Social Media Moment
Oct. 3 2018 4:00 PMCats Really Hated the Presidential-Alert System Test
Sept. 27 2018 5:22 PMGoFundMe Donations Skyrocket During Christine Blasey Ford’s Testimony Before the Senate
Sept. 18 2018 10:29 AMWhy Marco Rubio Went on a Twitter Tirade Against Salt Bae
Sept. 13 2018 2:58 PMPssst, Ivanka’s Toadies on Instagram: Your Likes Are Public!
Sept. 7 2018 5:28 PMHow the Olds Are Trying to Find Out Who Wrote the Anonymous New York Times Op-Ed
Sept. 6 2018 4:13 PMThis Is a Citizen’s Arrest, Scott Walker. You’ve Killed Bitmoji.
Sept. 4 2018 10:00 AMA Guide to TikTok for Anyone Who Isn’t a TeenThe app where Gen Z vies for 15 seconds of fame is not as incomprehensible as it might appear.

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