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Andrew Yang wants to give you $1,000 a month.

Happy Saturday, y'all! A couple quick housekeeping notes before we dive in: First, welcome to all the
Andrew Yang wants to give you $1,000 a month.
By Dave Guilford • Issue #92 • View online
Happy Saturday, y'all! A couple quick housekeeping notes before we dive in: First, welcome to all the new subscribers this week. Second, I’m still working on the Cambridge Analytica special issue. The story gets more complicated by the day and the biggest chore thus far has been eliminating facets of the story to just get y'all the most important stuff. (In other words, I know you’re not looking to read War and Peace.)
For those interested, I saw Ready Player One on Thursday in IMAX 3D. Definitely a fun movie, and different enough from the book to be an entirely new experience. I recommend it, but if you’re going to see it spring for the IMAX 3D tickets. It’s an great ride.
We’ve got some really cool stuff this week including Bill and Ted’s comeback, a super useful upgrade to Google’s Chrome browser, and a presidential candidate who wants to pay you $1,000 a month to vote for him.
Let’s get it on…

Million dollar idea.
Million dollar idea.
Bill & Ted 3: Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter dish on proposed sequel
Andrew Yang Wants You To Vote For A $1,000-A-Month Basic Income In 2020
Under Armour says data breach affected about 150 million accounts
Google Chrome Mute Site feature is a major upgrade
The road to Alzheimer's disease is lined with processed foods
Not rude, just French: fired waiter claims discrimination
'Some families are too shady to work with': meet the tutors of the ultra-rich
Mars One is a "Money Grab" Where Everyone Loses
Train Buffs Are Traveling Cross-Country in Super Luxe Railcars Hitched to Amtrak Trains
That’s it for this week, y'all. Let me know what you thought about this week’s links with a THUMBS UP or DOWN below. Feel free to hit REPLY if you want to chat with me about any of them. As always, feel free to share this issue far and wide.
Have a tremendous weekend, stay safe, and I’ll see you next Saturday!
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