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Did you read about Upworthy, Antiques Roadshow, and Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love?

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Kurt Cobain may have been a great singer, but he was bad at keeping his place clean.
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  • Kurt Cobain may have been a great singer, but he was bad at keeping his place clean.
Reader staffers share stories that fascinate, amuse, or inspire us.

Hey, did you read:

• That President Obama is proposing an end to the bulk collection of phone records by the federal government? Mick Dumke

• A U.S. Congressman's take on what it means that S&P 500 companies are currently "sitting on" $1,265,836,000,000? Tony Adler

• That a recent referendum shows a couple million Venetians would support Veneto's secession from Italy? Kate Schmidt

• That former Clinton antagonist David Brock is now playing for Team Hillary? J.R. Jones

• That no matter how "exhilarating" it seems, parachute jumping from the World Trade Center will get you arrested? Keshia Bardney

• About Upworthy, the left-leaning website that uses crass conservative tactics to get out liberal politics by exploiting "a human craving for righteousness"? Tal Rosenberg

• About how Hollywood postracialism may not be such a great thing if filmmakers are just changing characters' skin colors instead of telling stories that are really about African-Americans? Aimee Levitt

• That Gloria Steinem turns 80 today and has decided to celebrate by going to Botswana to ride elephants? Aimee Levitt

• That Molly Soda is now an advice columnist for Bullett? Leor Galil

• About what an Antiques Roadshow appraiser experiences behind the scenes? Kevin Warwick

• Or see pictures of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love's disgusting LA apartment? Gwynedd Stuart

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