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Have you watched Tina Fey’s latest show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt? This article looks at the show through the lense of Kimmy’s experience as an implied rape survivor. (New Yorker)

Yo, smokers outside of Butler, quit while you still (maybe) can! Look at these scary effects of smoking while pregnant. (Huffington Post)

Don’t know who Ted Cruz is or don’t know what his policies are like? The Onion has got you covered.

Have you seen Monica Lewinsky’s TED Talk? (We think you should watch it.) In her talk, she refers to the numerous rap songs that mention her, and here is the list of all of them. (New York Mag)

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  • dave says:

    @dave Two bits of trivia:

    1. A couple of scenes from Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt were filmed in Morningside Park.

    2. HamDel has a sandwich called The Lewinsky.

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