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You don’t have to celebrate New Year’s Eve this year

You don't have to celebrate New Year's Eve this year

We made it. It’s finally the end of an awful year. 

Typically, the world collectively celebrates a staggered New Year’s Eve with the clock striking midnight in each time zone and copious amounts of alcohol, impressive fireworks displays, and a substantial spread of cheeses and meats. 

We watch tourists in diapers and branded purple hats piss themselves for the chance to see an unimpressive ball “drop” from a metal pole in Times Square, and maybe even appear on TV for a brief second. 

For the first (and probably only) time all year, someone plays a bad version of “Auld Lang Syne.” You know the song: “Should old acquaintances be forgotten / And never brought to mind?”  Read more…

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