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  1. The Secret Hunters Of Destiny

    Imagine there’s a video game that you’ve played for hundreds and hundreds of hours. It’s the only game you really play. You think you’ve seen everything there is, and then one day, you see a YouTube video, or a thread on Reddit, or maybe a tweet. Someone says they’ve found something new. Someone says they’ve found a hidden secret.


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  2. The Cloverfield Paradox Is Trash, But We Love It Anyway

    On Super Bowl day, I wasn’t all that interested in the outcome of the football game. I was excited for something else—the rumor that a new Cloverfield movie was going to drop that same night. 10 Cloverfield Lane was fantastic, I thought, so maybe this will be too. I’m totally going to stay up and watch this! An hour later, I realized I had been tricked in by JJ Abrams’ latest marketing gimmick.


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  3. Zelda’s Story In Breath of the Wild Is Powerful, But Also A Bummer

    Breath of the Wild makes you care about Zelda by making her pain

    palpable. By that measure, Zelda’s journey is a good story that accomplishes what it sets out to do. At the same time, the tale at the heart of the game compounds an ongoing frustration felt by some fans: Zelda isn’t allowed to be the kind of hero Link is. (SPOILERS AHEAD!)


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  4. Adam Ruins Everything Episode 39: Jessica Huseman on Why Filing Taxes Is Unnecessarily Difficult | Maximum Fun


    Adam Ruins Everything

    We all know how filing taxes is a pain. Every April Americans dig through receipts, meet with accountants, claim their expenses, and pray they’re not audited. It takes a significant amount of time and energy, and frankly, it doesn’t make that much sense that we have to calculate what we owe the government.


    But our guest, Jessica Huseman, who appeared on Adam Ruins the Economy, tells us taxes doesn’t have to be so hard. In many other countries around the world, citizens file their taxes through a system called return-free filing. That means instead of citizens calculating what they owe the government, the government will calculate their taxes and essentially send them the bill. Unfortunately, the tax companies like H&R Block and TurboTax prefer the status quo because that means more business for them; they’ve actually very successfully lobbied the government to keep this system in place.


    Jessica is a reporter with ProPublica and helped break this story for the organization earlier this year.


    Adam is on Twitter @AdamConover and you can find past episodes and bonus content from the TruTV show at AdamRuinsEverything.com.

    Produced by Shara Morris for MaximumFun.org.


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