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With Donald Trump in the White House, the issue of what is OK to post on social media has become a live one. In just the last year, there have been dozens of high-profile cases in which prominent actors, politicians, journalists, and producers have lost jobs over insensitive, racist, or offensive social media posts.
Cryptocurrencies are not appropriate for the vast majority of individual investors. It’s not just because the technology can be tough to understand, the asset is unproven, and the markets are highly volatile – even more important is the fact that cryptocurrency markets are highly susceptible to manipulation.
Zimbabwe’s much-anticipated election was marred with violence and bloodshed, including a shooting by the military that left six dead – including four children. But what does it mean for the future? Will the international community help Zimbabwe rebuild its economy, or will it turn its back on the country?
Two British researchers have confirmed something I’ve long suspected: in the aggregate, sports make us less happy. Personally, I don’t watch any sports or support any teams. For years, I’ve been telling people it’s because I don’t want to put my happiness in the hands of the members of a football team.