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    Overview

    This week, Eric Kohn, Dylan Pahman, and Dan Hugger update the Elon Musk twitter drama. How serious should we take Musk’s attempt to purchase Twitter? And even if he did, how much would it impact people who aren’t just very, very online. How much has this episode revealed about the people who are either outraged or delighted by the story? Then the guys dive into the most recent Atlantic essay from social psychologist Jonathan Haidt, “Why the past 10 years of American life have been uniquely stupid.”

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    Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter for $43 billion, so it can be ‘transformed as private company’ | CNBC

    The 4 Most Unhinged Responses to Elon Musk’s Offer to Buy Twitter | Based Politics

    Journalism Professor Roasted for Comparing Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover With the Rise of Hitler in Nazi Germany | Mediaite

    Why the past 10 years of American life have been uniquely stupid | Jonathan Haidt, The Atlantic