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- Joni Mitchell suffers from Morgellons—or does she?
Reader staffers share stories that fascinate, alarm, amuse, or inspire us.
Hey, did you read:
• Why it’s still so hard to recycle if you live in a multiunit building? —Mick Dumke
• About how the iPhone 6 campaign’s posters can improve your urban environment? —Sue Kwong
• About Morgellons, the most widespread disease that doesn’t exist? —Aimee Levitt
• About making the Internet more accessible to people with disabilities? —Drew Hunt
• About Vladimir Putin answering questions for four hours in this year’s televised call-in? —John Dunlevy
• Or watch this amazing news story about a man in Jacksonville, Florida, who wants to build a replica of Noah’s ark on the Saint John’s River (also a healing temple with “nearly two nurses” and volleyball courts)? —Gwynedd Stuart
• About the changing role of the exclamation point, from a sign of terror (!!!) to a punctuation version of a smile (especially when used by women!)? —Aimee Levitt
• That Pluto still isn’t a planet? —Drew Hunt
• About how 200 dogs were trained to act in White God? —Sue Kwong
• About the Italian trattoria owner who, in the process of investigating a blocked sewage pipe, discovered layers of archaeological relics from almost every era of Roman history? (The trattoria is now an underground museum.) —Aimee Levitt