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The Whiplash Decade

The Decade We Paid to Feel Something

Material goods were so 2000. Now we consume on a higher plane.

Illustration: Brennon Leman

This piece is part of the The Whiplash Decade, a package on the wild ride that was the 2010s.

LLet us consider the ultimate artifact of physical popular culture circa 2019: The Museum of Ice Cream. Launched in 2016…




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