We sat down with people whose main expertise is to get inside any of our homes or cars at any time. We were not put at ease.
History's forgotten children's books prove that at the end of the day, a lot of people want to either scare kids to death or see pictures of dead and dying children in literature.
Some products aren't really designed stupidly -- sometimes they're simply victims of user error.
Chances are you could probably simply walk into (a place that looks like) Mordor.
Whether it's a good thing or a bad thing that you can only handle these people whilst three-sheets to the wind is another conversation altogether.
Quite frankly, we'd prefer to have to risk getting polio over being entered into another group chat.
Once we've collectively overdosed on panic, we just move on like it never happened, never mentioning the problem again. But did it go away on its own? Did we solve it?
The first step toward solving any problem is understanding it, so I spent a month digging into the alt-right bubble, and think it's time to get a few things straight.
'Luis' is a journalist in Venezuela, and he risked his life to bring you the stories of other journalists he knows who've risked their</i> lives reporting the truth in
Sooo ... these aren't true?
If you aren't a liberal when you get to the big city, you might be before the year is up.
Imagine you woke up one day to find several years had gone by in a blink. That's pretty much the same situation inmates are in, and with stigma attached.
There are some things everyone seems to do that, if we stopped to ask some friends from a faraway land about, they'd think we're all absolutely nuts.