Here are some long form reads for you to enjoy on your lazy Saturday
The absolute brilliance of Clickhole explained (Slate)
Talib Kweli explains why he left a major record label and the challenges facing modern music artists (Medium)
An elaborate medical empire was taken down by one brave oncologist (Detroit News)
Life in the Clinton White House as told by the staff that served the family (Politico)
Hannibal Buress is much more than one Bill Cosby joke (The Fader)
Women cleaning up (literal) shit in Canada (Penguin Random House)
The problem of consciousness and the ongoing battle between philosophers and scientists to figure it out (The Guardian)
The Rolling Stone and the temptations of narrative journalism (The New Yorker)
The internet has the capacity to turn us all into hermits. San Francisco offers a view into what that might look like (Medium)
How Warren Buffett profits from poor people in mobile homes (The Center for Public Integrity)
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