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Why do we glorify and obsess over people like the Kardashians, whose fame was gained though unethical means?
Why do they sell hot dogs in packs of 10 but hot dog buns in packs of eight? Is it motivated by a desire for us to buy in bulk, or is there a simpler (or more likely) answer to this question?
Is there a way to make an experimental or traditionally "artsy" film that does well both critically and at the box office?
Why do we glorify and obsess over people like the Kardashians, whose fame was gained though unethical means?
Would a decrease in anti-union sentiment make our economy better?
How did men become the dominant sex all those years ago?
How did men become the dominant sex all those years ago?
How did men become the dominant sex all those years ago?
Does reverse racism exist?

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