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  • Why the Victorian mansion is a horror icon
    Why the Victorian mansion is a horror icon The Gilded Age left a legacy of decay on the American landscape.

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    Haunted houses are often depicted with similar features: decaying woodwork, steep angles, and Gothic-looking towers and turrets. The model for this trope is the Victorian mansion, once a symbol of affluence and taste during the Gilded Age - a period of American history marked by political corruption and severe income inequality.

    After World War I, these houses were seen as extravagant and antiquated, and were abandoned. Their sinister relationship to the troubling end of the Victorian Era in America eventually led to their depiction as haunted and ghostly in both fine art and pop culture, and is now an unspoken symbol of dread.

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  • Guns For God: The Church of the AR-15
    Guns For God: The Church of the AR-15 In February 2018, a small church in Pennsylvania gained international attention when they held a blessing ceremony with AR-15's just two week after the Parkland School shooting triggered mass gun reform debates across the US. But where did this small fringe sect of Christianity come from and why are they now taking up arms for God? In this episode of Believers, host Charlet Duboc meets Pastor Sean Moon and the believers of the World Peace and Unification Sanctuary, a church that has origins in Korea, is based in the US, and has been accused of being a cult to understand why they believe they need guns to build God's Kingdom on Earth.

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  • Jazz Deconstructed: John Coltrane's "Giant Steps"
    Jazz Deconstructed: John Coltrane's "Giant Steps" Why this classic jazz song is so legendary.

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    John Coltrane, one of jazz history’s most revered saxophonists, released “Giant Steps” in 1959. It’s known across the jazz world as one of the most challenging compositions to improvise over for two reasons - it’s fast and it’s in three keys. Braxton Cook and Adam Neely give me a crash course in music theory to help me understand this notoriously difficult song, and I’m bringing you along for the ride. Even if you don’t understand a lick of music theory, you’ll likely walk away with an appreciation for this musical puzzle.

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  • Vox REACTS to comments???????????? (5 million subs THANK YOU video!!!) (NOT clickbait)
    Vox REACTS to comments???????????? (5 million subs THANK YOU video!!!) (NOT clickbait) To Vox fans around the world: Thank you, we love you! And we love your comments too.

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    00:52 — How "Instagram traps" are changing art museums: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qx_r-dP22Ps

    1:04 — Why there's a ring of natural disasters around the Pacific.
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    1:13 — How Brexit could create a crisis at the Irish border
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    1:25 — Why the US national anthem is terrible — and perfect
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    1:59 — Why people are buying cartoon cats on the blockchain
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    2:37 — Why America needs automatic voter registration
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    2:50 — Why cities are full of uncomfortable benches
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    3:08 — How Trump turned Sean Hannity into a conspiracy theorist
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    3:15 — Apollo 11’s journey to the moon, annotated
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    3:30 — Why gamers use WASD to move
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    3:46 — How IKEA gets you to impulsively buy more
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    4:00 — The quest for the perfect apple
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    4:17 — Pro wrestling is an art form
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  • How to Smoke Weed Out of King Crab Leg
    How to Smoke Weed Out of King Crab Leg Alaskan king crab legs are a culinary delicacy, prized for their massive size and tender, succulent meat. Turns out they’re also great for getting stoned when you’re in a pinch for something to smoke out of. On this installment of ‘SMOKEABLES,’ VICE’s Trey Smith shows you how to turn king crab legs into a DIY one-hitter. All you have to do is cook one, eat it, and stuff a piece of empty shell with a boatload of pot. Delicious and dank.

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  • The Woman Who Married a 300-Year-Old Ghost Pirate
    The Woman Who Married a 300-Year-Old Ghost Pirate Ghosting, the current panic for all us daters… but what about the people who take this a step further? VICE meets the woman who has passed up mortal men to marry a ghost.

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  • The facial prosthetics of World War I
    The facial prosthetics of World War I Why World War I's wounded needed a sculptor.

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    World War I’s horrors not only resulted in death, but severe disfigurement. When plastic surgeons were unable to heal the wounded, a unique solution came in play: sculpting.
    Facial prostheses in World War I were a new solution to a difficult problem, and sculptor and writer Anna Coleman Ladd led these efforts for the American Red Cross in France. She made more than 150 masks for the wounded in an effort to provide some semblance of normalcy after their severe injuries.

    These masks were made by making casts of the wounded faces, and then sculpting restored faces from that. Those sculptures were then used as a cast for thin copper-plated attachments, which were then attached to the wounded soldier’s face and painted. Though the process wasn’t restorative, it did provide some comfort to the wounded.

    That experience shaped Anna Coleman Ladd’s art as well. When she returned to America, she was willing to depict the horrors of war in her War Memorial, as well as the possibility for a new and better day ahead.


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  • The YouTuber Who Can Make Herself Disappear
    The YouTuber Who Can Make Herself Disappear Makeup artist Kika has gained a massive online following with her tutorial videos—only instead of walking people through how to contour and draw on freckles, she specializes in intricate, mind-boggling illusions, somehow making it look like entire swaths of her body disappear.

    She’s used her one-of-a-kind gift with body paint to tie her stomach into a knot, turn herself into a wooden doll, and transform into Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride, racking up nearly half a million YouTube subscribers along the way—an accomplishment that, just a few years back, she would’ve never thought possible.

    VICE met up with Kika at her home in Serbia to check out her studio, watch her work firsthand, and hear how she went from an amateur hobbyist to a YouTube star.

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  • What happens when women win elections
    What happens when women win elections The 2018 midterms were huge for women candidates.

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    The 2018 midterms were historic for women candidates. A total of 273 candidates were on the ballot, representing both parties. But even with this influx of women, they’re still way underrepresented in the US government. And that underrepresentation has very real policy consequences.

    To learn more about how women approach policy differently check out these studies that were cited in the video:

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  • The big lie Republicans are telling this election
    The big lie Republicans are telling this election Republicans say they protect preexisting conditions, but that’s not what history shows…

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    To learn more about US health care policy, make sure to follow Vox’s health care coverage and subscribe to VoxCare: our health care newsletter edited by Sarah Kliff and Dylan Scott.

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    When Trump took office the Republicans tried to repeal The Affordable Care Act, but they failed. What became clear during their attempt to get rid of The ACA, also called “Obamacare”, is that people like it. Voters are even supportive of The ACA in red states where voters despise the name “Obama”, but tend to embrace the protections of his health care plan. In particular, protections for pre-existing conditions are very popular amongst American voters. Two years ago, Democrats were clearly in favor of The ACA and Republicans were against it, but now conservatives are having to bend their platforms to account for popular provisions of ACA.

    The difference between the 2016 campaign platforms and now is stark. In 2018, the midterm elections is shaping around one big question: whether pre-existing protections will be protected. Despite having worked hard to remove protections for nearly a decade, Republicans are now saying they’ll fight to protect them…but what do they really mean when they say that?

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  • Sono una sex worker italiana a Berlino
    Sono una sex worker italiana a Berlino Eva è nata e cresciuta in Italia, e oggi lavora come sex worker a Berlino. Com’è stata la sua prima volta da sugar baby, cosa cercano i suoi clienti da lei, e cosa pensa del dibattito su sex work e prostituzione? Ne abbiamo parlato in questa puntata de La prima volta, la serie in cui condividiamo le prime volte più significative di chi ha scelto di raccontarcele, per cercare di capire come oggi in Italia facciamo e parliamo di sesso.

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  • I Adopted a Baby Werewolf for a Day
    I Adopted a Baby Werewolf for a Day Since 2010, artist Asia Charity Eriksen has made more than 300 “WerePups,” impressively lifelike baby werewolves that she paints, details, and covers with fur by hand. They’ve developed a cult following as she’s sold them to owners—or as they call themselves, parents—who set them up with car seats, baby clothes, and more, treating the pups almost like their own kids.

    VICE’s Taji Ameen paid Eriksen a visit to hear why she started making WerePups and see the “lab” where she puts them together, all before adopting one for himself. Then he brought it back to New York City, where he strapped the thing into a baby carrier and took it on a trip to Times Square.

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  • Why every election gets its own crisis
    Why every election gets its own crisis Trump’s fear mongering about a migrant caravan is a perfect example of how politicians’ exploit last-minute news stories to try to distract voters before a big election.

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    October is a tense month in American in politics. The closer a political campaign gets to election day, the more vulnerable it is to an “October Surprise” -- a late-breaking scandal or controversy that influences voters in the final days of an election.

    “October Surprises” are typically thought of as unexpected events that surprise both sides of an election -- natural disasters, terrorist attacks, etc.. But more recently, it's come to describe an intentional campaign strategy, wherein political operatives exploit late-breaking news stories to try to damage their opponents at the last-minute.

    Trump’s fixation on the migrant caravan traveling to the United States is a clear example of that strategy -- an attempt to shift the media’s attention away from issues like health care by fear mongering about immigrants.

    It’s a cheap political ploy, and many news networks have recognized it as such. The problem is: there’s no great way to fight it.

    On Strikethrough, Vox producer Carlos Maza explores the challenges facing the news media in the age of Trump. Follow Carlos on Facebook for more: https://www.facebook.com/CarlosMazaVox

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  • Why American voter registrations are disappearing
    Why American voter registrations are disappearing And how to avoid the purge.

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    Voter purges are a means of removing ineligible voter registrations from the rolls — meant to clean up the system. But what happens when aggressive purges end up getting rid of the registrations of eligible voters?

    Critics say states like Georgia and Ohio - purging through “exact match” or “use it or lose it” laws - are disproportionately eliminating thousands of minority voters from the system.

    What states are doing them, how do they work, and what should you do if you find out you’ve been purged?

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  • Faulty Forensics Put Me on Death Row
    Faulty Forensics Put Me on Death Row Most people are introduced to forensic science through TV and film, and because of this we have come to see forensic techniques such as ballistics, footprint analysis, and bite mark identification as foolproof methods for solving crimes. But many forensic science techniques were not developed by scientists. They were developed in crime labs by law enforcement professionals who needed methods for testing available evidence. These techniques were often subjective, and not run through the same kind of rigorous testing of traditional science.

    As exonerations due to newly available DNA testing increased, it became clear that some forensic sciences had actually contributed to the wrongful convictions of innocent people. In this episode we meet two of those people, hear how forensic evidence contributed to their loss of freedom, and learn about how the recent disbanding of the National Forensic Science Commission could mean there's very little oversight for a field that so desperately needs it.

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  • One False Accusation, Half a Life Behind Bars
    One False Accusation, Half a Life Behind Bars Reintegration back into society after spending, at times, up to half on your life in prison is one of the biggest hurdles for exonerees. We document Gregory Counts' experience reintegrating after being falsely accused of gang rape and serving 26 years in prison.

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  • What happens when nature goes viral?
    What happens when nature goes viral? How geotagged photos harm nature.

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    Horseshoe Bend used to be a little-known roadside view of the Colorado River in Page, Arizona. But over the past few years, the spot has witnessed a dramatic increase in popularity. The main culprit for that uptick? Instagram. It’s now one of many hidden treasures across America that have become too popular for their own good — requiring extensive redesign to protect the visitors and the environment. With visitation at a record 84 million in 2017, America’s national parks are more popular than ever — and social media is rewriting the rules of how and why people visit them.

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  • Decades in Prison, Not a Cent from the States That Put Them There
    Decades in Prison, Not a Cent from the States That Put Them There Those who are exonerated aren't always compensated. This episode takes a look how compensation laws vary from state to state, and how too often exonerees return to their lives after incarceration completely penniless.

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  • NAFTA, explained with a toy car
    NAFTA, explained with a toy car NAFTA made your car cheaper, USMCA could change that.

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    When the North American Free Trade Agreement began in 1994, auto companies in the US, Canada and Mexico could trade parts and cars without paying tariffs. And they could source parts and labor from the cheapest places. That is a big reason why US car prices have only risen seven percent in 25 years.

    But the proposed US Mexico Canada Agreement -- or USMCA for short -- could change that; President Trump’s new deal would increase the regulations that car manufacturers need to meet in order to sell tariff-free cars.

    We built a Ford Mustang to explain.

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  • Why I Took a Plea Deal Even Though DNA Proved my Innocence
    Why I Took a Plea Deal Even Though DNA Proved my Innocence The Alford plea offers freedom at a costly price. While it allows one the right to maintain innocence, a criminal conviction remains visible on their record and therefore, they are not eligible for compensation from the government. Leroy Harris took an Alford plea after serving 29 years in prison for a crime he has always maintained he didn't commit.

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  • Admit it. Republicans have broken politics.
    Admit it. Republicans have broken politics. Neither party is perfect, but Republicans in Congress have been drifting towards political extremism since long before Trump, and they’re making it impossible for Congress to work the way it’s supposed to.

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    Over the past few decades, both Democrats and Republicans in Congress have moved away from the center. But the Republican Party has moved towards the extreme much more quickly -- a trend that political scientists’ call “asymmetrical polarization.”

    That asymmetry poses a major obstacle in American politics. As Republicans have become more ideological, they’ve also become less willing to work with Democrats: filibustering Democratic legislation, refusing to consider Democratic appointees, and even shutting down the government in order to force Democrats to give in to their demands.

    Democrats have responded in turn, becoming more obstructionist as Republican demands become more extreme.

    And that’s made it really easy for media outlets to blame “both sides” for political gridlock. As political scientists Thomas Mann and Norm Ornstein explain in their book “It’s Even Worse Than It Looks,” journalists feel a pressure to remain neutral when covering big political fights. So politics coverage has been dominated by the myth that both parties are equally to blame for the gridlock in DC.

    But they’re not. And the only way to stop Republicans in Congress from continuing their drift towards the extreme is to be brutally honest about who’s responsible for breaking our politics.

    Read more of Ornstein and Mann’s work here: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/02/opinion/sunday/republicans-broke-congress-politics.html

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  • Innocence Ignored: Stories of the Wrongfully Convicted (Trailer)
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    The biggest corruption scandal in Latin America’s history And possibly the whole world.

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    In 2014, the largest corruption scandal in Latin America’s history erupted in Brazil. It involved bribes between Petrobras, the largest state-owned oil company on the continent, and dozens of engineering firms. It also involved politicians, including three Brazilian presidents, Lula, Dilma Rousseff, and Michel Temer, as well as almost a third of Brazil’s congress.

    Politicians all over Latin America were found guilty of taking bribes and profiting immensely from infrastructure and energy projects all over the continent. The scandal hit places like Itaborai especially hard. The companies involved were fined billions of dollars and laid off hundreds of thousands of workers as their projects abruptly stopped. Four years later, Brazil is still dealing with the fallout.

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    Dancing through Gunshots in Brazil's Favelas “Na Ponta dos Pes” (On Tiptoes) is a ballet project in the Alemão favela complex in Rio de Janeiro, created by Tuany Nascimento – a 23-year-old dancer who represented Brazil at international events during a flourishing career that was abruptly cut short by a lack of resources. Rather than letting her head drop, the setback strengthened Tuany’s determination to help troubled communities through dance.

    Tuany started teaching classes in the Morro do Adeus favela, where she lives. It’s one of the roughest parts of Alemão, which is currently at the centre of a rolling feud between rival drug cartels and the military police.

    Many students in her group of girls, aged 4-15, come from families caught up in narco turf wars and afflicted by the chronic crisis of opportunity and urban poverty in the Favelas.

    With an average 20 incidents of weapons fired every day in Rio, last year saw more than 100 police deaths – as well as hundreds more civilians, many of whom are caught in the crossfire of confrontations in their local areas.
    Intensifying violence in Alemão heightens Tuany’s motivation to find support for the construction of a community centre, which will give her girls a safe space to dance and study.

    After the challenges of her own career, Tuany knows her students can’t all become pro ballerinas – but the discipline she teaches will transcend the act of learning to dance, setting them up with a better chance to escape the bitter cycle of hardship which swallows up so many young lives in Brazil.

    During one of her lessons in a basketball court in the centre of the Morro do Adeus favela a shootout between rival gangs breaks out with innocent civilians caught in the crossfire.

    Tuany is forced to put the ballet school on hold due to escalating violence and until they can raise money for the new community centre so they can have a safe space to practice.

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  • Why this far-right candidate could win Brazil's election
    Why this far-right candidate could win Brazil's election Jair Bolsonaro, a congressman who has praised Brazil’s past military dictatorship, is poised to become the country’s next president.

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    Brazil is set to hold the most important election in its history. Two candidates are facing off on October 28th. Fernando Haddad represents the Workers’ Party, which has been in power for much of the past two decades. The second candidate, far-right congressman Jair Bolsonaro, has positioned himself as an outsider. With soaring crime and rampant corruption in government, voters are ready for a change — a desire Bolsonaro has capitalized on. But with his deeply offensive rhetoric toward minorities, many Brazilians are worried about their safety and the future of their country's democracy.

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  • Sleep Paralysis Inspired This Photographer to Recreate his Nightmares
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  • The quest for the perfect apple
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    Farmers are racing to grow and sell the perfect apple, one with the best texture, the best crunch, the best flavor — even an apple that won’t brown.

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    Rejecting this and intending to set a new standard for mix-martial artists, High Rollerz co-founders Matt Staudt and Big Lonn Howard have decided to put together a cannabis infused jiu-jitsu tournament where some of the sport’s top athletes get high with their opponent before competing - and where the winner’s grand prize is a pound of weed.

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    Apollo 11 launched on July 16, 1969, carrying Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins on a journey to pull off humankind’s first moon landing. The eight-day journey was made possible by the careful deconstruction of the Saturn V rocket and Apollo spacecraft, and made use of a technique of docking components of the spacecraft in lunar orbit so the astronauts could land on, and then launch from, the lunar surface.

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  • Want to be in our new YouTube show? Send us a question.
    Want to be in our new YouTube show? Send us a question. What’s the most important question facing the world in 2019?

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  • The Bootleg Nikes that Got Banned by Big Tobacco
    The Bootleg Nikes that Got Banned by Big Tobacco In 2006, New York City designer Ari Saal Forman dropped a limited run of Menthol 10s, a one-of-a-kind sneaker that drew inspiration from and took a shot at Nike and Newport. Written right there on the tongue, Ari explained that the shoe was “dedicated to the two brands that have taken the most and given the least.” Once the companies got word that the shoe was out, they did everything they could to get it off the market.

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  • How a Former Neo-Nazi Found Her Identity as a Trans Woman
    How a Former Neo-Nazi Found Her Identity as a Trans Woman For years, Dajana Pospiš was a member of the National Front, a far-right, anti-Semitic, anti-LGBTQ movement that waged war on Serbia's queer community. But during a stint in prison for racial and religious discrimination, Pospiš came to accept what no one saw coming: despite being assigned male at birth, she was a woman—and she desperately wanted to transition.

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  • Why gamers use WASD to move
    Why gamers use WASD to move First person shooters mean WASD. The history of the keyboard default involves a gaming legend and the start of a new era in games.

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    In this episode of Vox Almanac, Vox’s Phil Edwards explores the history of a common default keyboard configuration among gamers. Though there’s an inherent logic to WASD — it just works well — there’s also a story behind how it became a near-universal standard.

    Dennis “Thresh” Fong was one of the first pro gamers to go mainstream playing the first person shooter Quake. By doing so, he set a standard for other gamers to aspire to, including his key control configuration. He discovered that for a new era in which the mouse and keyboard needed to work together, WASD was a great way to do it. Shortly after that, programmers incorporated his schema into their own games, making it a default that millions — whether they knew Thresh or not — would play with. WASD became a standard for a lot of games because of one superstar’s amazing record with it.

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  • I Sent Fakes of Myself to Be on TV Around the World
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    In the wake of turning his shed into London's number one restaurant and getting a knock-off clothing brand into Paris Fashion Week, VICE's Oobah Butler decides to audition lookalikes and send fake versions of himself to TV and radio interviews internationally in a bid to improve his brand. But can he get away with it?

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  • How IKEA gets you to impulsively buy more
    How IKEA gets you to impulsively buy more IKEA has mastered the “Gruen effect.”

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    Researchers estimate that 50 percent of purchases are unplanned. These purchases, especially impulse buys, present an opportunity for retailers who can entice consumers to deviate from their shopping lists.

    One of the most effective ways to influence this is through a store’s architecture. In the 20th century, the architect Victor Gruen, who pioneered the first American shopping malls, used light and space to dramatically stage goods in storefront windows. His designs were meant to capture the attention of passersby — and convert them into customers. This conversion became known as the “Gruen effect.”

    Watch the video above to learn how Ikea has mastered the Gruen effect with a carefully designed store layout that gets customers to travel further distances… and buy more.

    For the curious, here are a few links:

    Read Jeffrey Inman’s research on unplanned spending: http://www.advancingretail.org/sites/default/files/resources/The-Effect-of-In-Store-Travel-Distance-on-Unplanned-Spending.pdf

    Watch a video from University College London Professor Alan Penn, who breaks down Ms. Kazim’s research in greater detail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkePRXxH9D4

    And finally, I recommend reading Victor Gruen’s biography, “Mallmaker” by Jeffrey Hardwick. You can also learn more by listening to this 99% Invisible podcast episode that features Hardwick and details the history of the Gruen effect: https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-gruen-effect/

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  • The Controversial Rise of Polygamy in Indonesia
    The Controversial Rise of Polygamy in Indonesia Polygamy is largely looked down on in Indonesia, where about 86 percent of Muslims oppose it—but the husbands and wives who practice it believe it’s the ideal form of marriage, and they’re ardent about convincing folks to think the same way. Riski Ramdani has dedicated himself to making the controversial arrangement more mainstream, and he’s gathered a pretty passionate following. But he’s still facing harsh, widespread criticism that polygamy, at its core, is just a form of abuse.

    VICE Indonesia met up with Ramdani, his two wives, and their children in West Java for a look inside their unconventional marriage, and to hear why they support the practice, as well as the struggles they face. Then we spoke to a scholar who studies polygamy and a woman who left her polygamist marriage to hear how—for many women—the practice can be traumatizing.

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  • Inside Tokyo’s Dildo Bar: Slutever Shorties
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  • Why the Marvel Cinematic Universe feels empty
    Why the Marvel Cinematic Universe feels empty If you want to understand the modern Marvel movie, you need to basically have a graduate degree in Marvel-ology.

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    Want to read more? Check out Sean Howe’s book about Marvel: https://www.amazon.com/Marvel-Comics-Untold-Sean-Howe/dp/0061992119

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    What makes a fictional universe good? In this requested episode of Overrated, Vox’s Phil Edwards explores the past and present of fictional universes to try to figure it out.

    Fictional universes and crossovers have been around long before the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Green Hornet radio show had a crossover with the Lone Ranger that kicked off the trend. In comics, the Marvel Universe started long before Stan Lee was at the helm.

    But these crossovers have a problem: They can privilege business relationships ahead of storytelling immersion and really interesting universes. As the Tommy Westphall Universe shows, crossovers often become a map of business decisions rather than of integrated fictional stories, and that leads to worse stories.

    This problem plagues the MCU as well. When Marvel engineers crossovers, they aren’t thinking about a universe transformed by superheroes — they just want more quips, explosions, and cash. Or at least that’s Edwards’s argument — do you think the MCU works?

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  • A Male Witch Explains Why He’s not a Wizard
    A Male Witch Explains Why He’s not a Wizard Kevin Carlyon noticed he had special abilities when he was a child, he could tell the future. But instead of following the path to become a wizard, he decided being a Witch suited him better. He is the leader of a thriving coven that has many witches, male and female, all over the world. They cast spells to help you oust your cheating partner, to find your lost cat and help you on the way to riches. VICE went to interview him to find out whether male witches face discrimination in their community, and to find out if magic really exists.

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  • How racism shapes jury selection
    How racism shapes jury selection A legal loophole makes juries less diverse.

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    Four years after the shooting death of Laquan McDonald, the police officer, Jason Van Dyke, faced his day in court. But in a trial where race became central to the case, there’s only one black person on the jury. And that’s in a county where nearly a quarter of people are black. How did this happen?

    In jury selection, racial discrimination has historically been tricky. Discrimination isn’t allowed in jury selection, thanks to what’s called a “Batson challenge.” But the problem is — Batson has been widely regarded as a failure at keeping racism out of the jury box. Watch the video above to find out why that is, and why it complicates the prospect of a fair trial by jury.

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  • Policing the Police: The Copwatch Movement
    Policing the Police: The Copwatch Movement The killing of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, MO in 2014, galvanized a renewed public interest in the concept of citizen policing, but for David Whitt, Michael Brown’s neighbor at the time, it was the moment he decided his community needed a full-time force of people policing the police. Whitt, a father of four and an electrician by trade, has since dedicated his life to working with Copwatch - an activist organization that works to create a consistent and sustained system of citizen police monitoring with cameras or other recording devices as a way to prevent police brutality.
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    Source: https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms14753

    “Exercise contagion in a global social network”, Sinan Aral & Christos Nicolaides. Nature Communications, 2017.

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    In this episode of Overrated, Vox’s Phil Edwards gets nunchucked in his heart by ninjas. But why are these secret killers known around the world?

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    In past decades, Christopher Columbus has gone from unquestioned US hero to problematic figure. For centuries, the destruction and disease he ushered into the Americas have been set aside, allowing the myth of a pioneering sailor who discovered America and proved the world was round to embed itself in US culture. But as this myth has been increasingly confronted with brutal historical facts, things have started to change.

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    “Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima” and “Raising a Flag over the Reichstag” are similarly iconic photos from World War II. They’re both beloved images of victory, and they’re both taken after the fighting ended in significant battles. But the Russian one is different, because parts of it are altered.

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    Jackson Pollock is one of the 20th century’s most famous artists. But do you know the critic who made his reputation?

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    In the weeks since Prof. Christine Blasey Ford accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her at a high school gathering, media coverage has focused heavily on Ford’s memories. Ford admits that she can’t remember key details about the incident, including whose house it took place at and how she got home afterward.

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    In other words, critics who fixate on gaps in Ford’s memory are likely holding trauma survivors to a standard they won’t be able to meet.

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    Marketing is constantly begging for our attention. We’re surrounded by lights, photos, and countless advertisements everywhere we go. The constant traffic in our vision is effective, but there’s another form of marketing that’s almost too subtle to detect, and yet research has shown that it might be the most effective of all: the marketing for your nose.

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    VICE Mexico went to check out the latest pageant and talked to a handful of contestants to hear about why the event is important to the country, and how it's helped with their own self-esteem.

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  • Why America needs automatic voter registration
    Why America needs automatic voter registration A simple fix to get more Americans to vote.

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    Americans are notoriously bad at voting, but it’s not because they’re unpatriotic or lazy. It’s because most states make it really difficult to even register to vote.

    It’s time for the US to join other advanced democracies and implement automatic voter registration. It will make the voting system more accurate and more secure, plus it could give nearly 50 million eligible Americans a chance to decide how their country is run.

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    Why colleges tolerate fraternities Frats are... fratty. Why do colleges keep them around?

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    In this episode of Overrated, Vox’s Phil Edwards explores the history of frats.

    The history of fraternities has a lot of ups and downs — and stretches all the way back to America’s founding fathers. Beyond the hazing and beer chugging, there’s a story that includes changes in higher education and even national politics.

    So why do colleges keep fraternities on campus? The reason is a web of incentives that make fraternities allies to administrators — despite the negatives they sometimes present.

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  • Ex-Drug Cop Explains What Going Undercover is Like
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  • The Hardcore World of Deathmatch Wrestling
    The Hardcore World of Deathmatch Wrestling In the world of wrestling, there’s nothing more brutal than a deathmatch: a fight where anything goes, and using weapons and spilling blood is the name of the game. New York wrestler Casanova Valentine runs a particularly hardcore circuit at the Tender Trap in Brooklyn, a bar where he and his opponents go at each other with barbed wire, fluorescent light tubes, thumbtacks, and garden tools, until there’s only one man left standing.

    Valentine sees the violent face-offs as performance art: He’s able to get in character, and share what makes him happiest with a roomful of folks who flock to his deathmatches for the bands he books and the paintings he makes as much as they do his fights. We met up with Valentine to find out what goes into putting on one of the wild events, and got a chance to see him duke it out with another brawler until they’d covered the place in blood and broken glass.

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  • Why every social media site is a dumpster fire
    Why every social media site is a dumpster fire Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube exploit our tribalism to keep us watching ads. That makes them a perfect target for trolls, conspiracy theorists, and con artists.

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    Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram are built to cater to the base preferences and desires of their users -- figuring out what information people enjoy with and then showing them more of it. That’s a great way to keep people online, but it also makes these platforms prime target for con artists. People are naturally drawn to inflammatory and sensational news stories, regardless of whether or not they're true. So bad actors -- conspiracy theorists, trolls, and fake news writers -- have been tremendously successful in using these platforms to spread false and divisive content that exploit people’s tribal instincts.

    In 2016, it was Macedonian teens making thousands of dollars publishing inflammatory fake stories about Hillary Clinton. After the Parkland shooting, it was random YouTubers going viral by accusing students of being crisis actors. Even the Russian trolls who meddled in the presidential election did so by posting low-quality, highly emotional content to social media -- content they knew would go viral.

    The problem with these social media sites isn’t that a few bad apples are ruining the fun. It’s that they’re designed to reward bad apples. And as long as con artists can use these platforms to prey on people’s most base desires, social media sites will continue reflecting the worst of human nature back at us.

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  • Kavanaugh's sexual assault denial follows a familiar pattern
    Kavanaugh's sexual assault denial follows a familiar pattern Brett Kavanaugh is using a familiar playbook.

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    Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has followed a familiar playbook as he becomes the latest man in Washington to be accused of sexual misconduct.

    Even back in the 1990s when then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas faced misconduct allegations during his confirmation hearings, he followed the same steps Bill Clinton, Roy Moore and Donald Trump would eventually follow.  

    And it starts with deny, deny, deny.

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  • London’s Knife Crime Emergency: ON A KNIFE EDGE (Full Length Documentary)
    London’s Knife Crime Emergency: ON A KNIFE EDGE (Full Length Documentary) In the wake of multiple knife-related murders in the UK's capital, activist and ex-gang member Josh Osbourne takes an in-depth look at the "code of silence". This is an entrenched mindset that regularly stops young people from going to the authorities, in fear of being labelled a "snitch".

    Britain's most senior police officer attributes the recent spate of murders to austerity, drug markets, police cuts and social media, yet despite a controversial crack-down targeting drill music videos, the number of deaths keep rising.

    Josh follows the grieving families struggling to find justice and answers in their own communities. He speaks to an active gang member about how reputation is a fiercely protected social capital and shame can be a gateway to violence. He learns that surviving a knife attack is no longer seen as a close call, but a badge of honour, and how the consequences of knife crime stretch beyond simply life and death. The film explores how the internet has profoundly altered the way conflicts are instigated and unravel on London's streets, and how the communities affected are reacting to this.

    As London remains in the throes of a knife crime epidemic, VICE takes a look at one of the most important domestic issues of our time.

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  • How to Smoke Weed Out of an Oil Lantern
    How to Smoke Weed Out of an Oil Lantern If you ever find yourself on a camping trip strapped for something to smoke out of, fear not—with a little work, you can turn your trusty oil lantern into a DIY pipe. Just seal it up with duct tape to make it airtight, fit a ratchet socket bowl into the bottom of the thing, pack it with weed, and—voila—you’re ready to get high. VICE’s Trey Smith will show you how it’s done.

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  • How "Instagram traps" are changing art museums
    How "Instagram traps" are changing art museums Instagram is reshaping museums. What does that mean for art?

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    There’s a new kind of art installation popping up in cities across the world. It isn’t designed to showcase classical paintings, or to house impressive historical artifacts — it’s designed to be photographed for Instagram. These might not feel like real museums, but they’re a reflection of a real change happening in the museum world right now.

    Museums — both new pop-ups and traditional institutions — are capitalizing on smartphone culture by creating spaces whose main appeal is being a backdrop for a great selfie. As more kinds of retail experiences move online, spaces like this — where digital reproducibility through social media is an active part of the design — are only going to get more common.

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  • The Graffiti Godfathers of Miami
    The Graffiti Godfathers of Miami VICE meets members of the Miami Style Gods (MSG), a graffiti crew based in Miami, and follows them on a night of “bombing” — leaving their tags on highway signs, walls, garage doors, bridges, and more.

    Crews like MSG are prolific, and go out of their way to tag as many locations, as many times as possible, no matter what the cost. But with the rise of social media and the gentrification of now art districts like Wynwood, where graffiti is essentially permitted, we are now seeing corporate appropriation of this underground subculture that corporate America once looked down upon that is now changing the graffiti world for good or bad.

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  • Don't blame scooters. Blame the streets.
    Don't blame scooters. Blame the streets. The sidewalks were never meant for this.

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    We teamed up with the University of California to explain one of the hottest trends of 2018: dockless electric scooters.

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    You can also read University of California's write-up on the video above here: https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/the-battle-over-scooters

    They’re one of many ‘micro-mobility’ innovations rocketing through the transportation sector.

    Even in cities with exceptional public transportation coverage, gaps persist. This is a decades old problem, often referred to as ‘the last mile/first mile.’ Cities traditionally address the last mile problem by expanding bus routes. But as cities continue to populate while transportation dept budgets dwindle, the patience of commuters is running dry. So scooters, electric skateboards, and pedal assist bikes have become an increasingly popular option for city residents.

    These innovations, while quite popular, also draw the ire of the oft-beleaguered sidewalk pedestrian. The past century of development prioritized car transportation, often at the expense of wide sidewalks that were once bustling with life. So the planners of today are taking a page out of history to prepare for a brave new world of alternative transportation.

    If you’d like to learn more about the deal with scooters in your city, I recommend following Curbed. You should start with this write-up by Alissa Walker: https://www.curbed.com/word-on-the-street/2018/7/13/17246060/scooters-uber-lyft-bird-lime-streets

    Here’s a closer look at the survey data on the popularity of scooters: https://www.populus.ai/micro-mobility-2018-july

    Here’s Sarah Kaufman on the push to regulate scooters in cities: https://wagner.nyu.edu/rudincenter/2018/06/racing-regulate-scooters-us-cities

    Here’s a NACTO write-up on what future complete streets could look like.
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    And, just for fun, here’s that Library of Congress footage of San Francisco’s Market Street: https://www.loc.gov/item/00694408/

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  • Why the Ouija board became so famous
    Why the Ouija board became so famous This is where Ouija boards came from. And it might surprise you.

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    In this episode of Overrated, Vox’s Phil Edwards explores what Ouija means, from a historical and cultural perspective.

    The Ouija game and Ouija movies permeate our culture. But their origin might be surprising. Before this board game was a staple, it emerged from the spiritualist movement in the United States in the mid-1800s and an aggressive entrepreneur who believed he could make a buck off of it.

    Ouija’s overrated — it’s not real and it’s just a piece of cardboard. But it's also a way for people from the past to speak to us (through history, at least).

    Overrated is a series that takes a look at the things we all know — the books, the trends, and the ideas that have become iconic — and answers the question: “Why is this so famous"?

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  • What It’s Really Like to Be a Sex Worker
    What It’s Really Like to Be a Sex Worker Photographer Lindsay Irene shoots with a variety of sex workers in their homes in hopes of increasing the understanding of who they are as people.​

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