jstor started following me, presumably unawares i have spent the last several hours/days/weeks opening jstor tabs instead of writing papers. anyway, shoutout 2 my favorite online journal database and yr social media intern. i begrudge you the amount of time you have to follow blogs on the internet instead of going through and reading your five million jstor tabs in order to write endless papers.

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    V glad that jstor DOES NOT follow me because I do not want to be haunted by research sessions of semesters past.
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    Other people’s tabs look like that too?? I’M NOT ALONE!!!
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    Oh wow
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