The Death of Boredom

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When was the last time you heard somebody say they were bored?

The last recollection I have of someone telling me they were bored was via an MSN message. (MSN was like iMessage of the 2000s, for those born in the 2000s.) That might sound peculiar in the context of 2019…

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Howard Chai

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I strive towards a career that ends up leaving me somewhere between Howard Beck and Howard Beale.

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