After a trying and tiring night at the club, WIM begins working his way through the 5 stages of denial, “Maybe I’m too old for the club.” Rich discovers a mathematical principle for solving all of lives problems, but perhaps most importantly, dating! In Feedback and Follow-up, @paul_fly hit us up on Twitter to clarify how young people on the right side of 30 may better spend their time before going to college. Wrapping up the Side Episode, the WIMRant revisits how to define “maturity” in the digital age in ‘Maturity 2.0.’
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