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Kittens, quantum mechanics, pocket lint, the effects of antipositivism on sociolegal theory, why everyone is wrong but me, critical reviews of store brand peanut butter, and a chronicling of the progress of the United States' warp-drive development. And a light touch of libertarian views.
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