Simone Biles, Masks Back On in America, Millennial Retirement Survey

Jul 28, 04:59 PM
  • Andrew is shook over his encounter with a rando in an elevator. Someone must have been having a REALLY bad day.
  • Laura has some good news about her condo saga!
  • Andrew has developed a features list for the #Millennial Phone. And Gen Y can rejoice: it does not accept phone calls.
  • Simone Biles withdrew from the Tokyo Olympics, furthering the discussion of high-profile athletes protecting their mental health.
  • The CDC is now recommending that communities with growing caseloads should return to making in indoor public areas, regardless of vaccine status.
  • With prominent conservatives changing their tune on vaccines, we wonder if there is anything the GOP can do to unfuck the mess they've created.
  • Speaking of messes, Americans who rely on Facebook for COVID information are less likely to get vaccinated on average.
  • A majority of millennials think they'll be side hustling through retirement, which prompts us to wonder how feasible retirement will be for our age bracket.
  • Heavy entertainment recommendations this week: 'Ted Lasso' AND 'Schmigadoon!' (Andrew) and Bo Burnham's 'Inside.'
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And in this week's installment of After Dark, available on our Patreon:

  • Have you ever debated with yourself over whether or not a text message is passive aggressive? Then this episode of After Dark is for you!
  • While we take a quiz together, we share some of our real life experiences receiving passive aggressive text messages from people in our lives.