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Last one for tonight. One of my faves. I’m Like a Lawyer…(Me & You) by Fall Out Boy. The music industry today really needs to create songs with less candy and more substance. Last Friday Night?

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And who can forget Fall Out Boy! and the monkeys at Thnks fr th Mmrs haha. That was 2007.

edit: OMG that was Kim Kardashian??

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Dance Floor Anthem by Good Charlotte. I miss 2007 and the music back then. There was a lot of pumped up, feel good music that was crisp and not flashy (or excessive.) Come on, this is way better than Party Rock Anthem.

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thenewrepublic:

The newest issue of The New Republic is out!

In our cover story, The Two Year Window, TNR Senior Editor Jonathan Cohn writes of the new science of babies and brains and how it could it could revolutionize the fight against poverty:

“The science of early childhood may play a significant role in the political question of our time: rising inequality.”

To read this article and more, including Timothy Noah’s TRB column on why Republicans are turning the Environmental Protection Agency into a political punching bag, Esther Breger on Newt Gingrich diehards, Alec MacGillis on Mitt Romney’s case against cars, and Bernard Henri Lévy on Qaddafi’s favorite son make sure to check out the December 1st issue of The New Republic.

Subscribe to TNR Society today and get 20 issues/year, access to our archives, and TNR events invitations for only $2.25/issue.

Don’t miss out on our special Digital Subscription offers either, and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!