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City Adds Some Big Concrete Stairs

They’re For Sitting On Or Running Up Or Something

CHICAGO—Noting the structure’s considerable size and prominent location in a busy public park, local residents confirmed Tuesday that the city had installed some big concrete stairs that were probably for sitting on or running up or something like that.
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College Freshman Decides To Be Lanyard-Wearing Kind

ANN ARBOR, MI—Emphasizing that this was not a choice he had made lightly, University of Michigan student Kevin Peterson told reporters Thursday that he had officially decided to become one of the lanyard-wearing kind of freshmen.

Being Ignored On Facebook Lowers Self-Esteem

According to a new study, Facebook users who receive little feedback from friends in the form of comments, “likes,” and other messages are more likely to experience low self-esteem and feelings of meaninglessness. What do you think?

  • “The system works!”

    James Antonucci
    Field Contractor
  • “My dad likes all my posts, and somehow that makes it worse.”

    Steve Weininger
    General Practitioner
  • “I don’t think we’re going to make it as a species anymore.”

    Portia Barrientos
    Crafts Advisor