In fact, you should probably start making a habit out of this. Take the time—say, once a month—to just sit back and contemplate what's going on in the world. Not the depressing headlines, either—the isn't-it-great-to-be-alive kind of stuff.
Yes, we're talking about scantily-clad Finnish anarchists.
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Of course, we know you might not have time to actually read these things. Happily, Stack's roster includes some of the world's handsomest magazines, so they'll look right at home on your coffee table—and hey, you won't have to spend time convincing visitors you've skimmed The Economist.
Finnish anarchists can be distracting like that.