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The hour of your big interview has arrived, and you know you’re going to nail it. You’ve done your research and memorized your talking points. At this point, you could talk about the company in your sleep — right down to where the interviewer attended undergrad and the exact number of Wall Street Journal mentions the company has had in the past six months.
But when the interviewer asks you to talk about yourself, you freeze, realizing with horror that you didn’t prepare enough to deliver your elevator pitch.
It turns out, watching ice cream melt is a terribly depressing thing to experience
In a new timelapse, Mateo Cabeza has captured 3,500 photos of ice creams falling to their frothy demise. The cherry on top of this sadness sundae? It's set to the tune "Mr. Lonely."
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Not even the vibrant colors and fancy sprinkles will be able to rid you of your sudden and inexplicable existential loneliness.
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The Economist is quite cross with Vladimir Putin, recently publishing an editorial excoriating him for his "epic deceits" and pronouncing him a threat "to international norms, to his neighbors and to the Russians themselves." Given the normally restrained prose that characterizes the magazine, this is the equivalent of an all-caps 
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