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Census too Mainstream for Williamsburg

Oh hipsters, you’ve done it again. I am constantly amazed at how this one group of seemingly careless, yet effortlessly cool group of individuals manages to piss off such a large majority of Americans (all while retaining body fat percentages of less than 2 percent!).  In NYC, the hipster capital is Williamsburg, Brooklyn, which has […]

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The 2010 Census makes no sensus?

The 2010 Census arrived in NYC last night with much excitement. After it took my roommates and me all of three minutes to fill it out in its entirety, we felt the process was pretty anticlimactic compared to voting.  This sense of disappointment quickly changed today when my coworker, who I aptly call the Mexican’t […]

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