Boredom Isn’t Burnout, And Decision Fatigue Isn’t ‘Rebellion’

Thoughts On Control And Capacity

IT’S TOUGH for me not to read every new piece about millennial burnout through the lens of the original one that referred to being bored with every day mundane tasks as “burnout”, which I know is terrible because not every other article is being that fatuous about the matter.

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Time To Go Get Tested For MMR Immunity

Apparently My Own Results Were ‘Equivocal’?

AFTER READING a Seattle Times report on Clark County declaring an emergency over measles cases appearing in the Portland area, I dug into my Kaiser Permanente records because I had a recollection of getting tested in the recent past for immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella, probably during the last measles scare.

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‘I Love Being Behind The Scenes’

Jack Dorsey’s Unintentionally Revealing Rolling Stone Interview

I SWORE that I would not subject myself to the new Rolling Stone interview with Jack Dorsey (the writer of the piece took my tweet as an insult to him, told me to “fuck off”, and then blocked me), but I did anyway.

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