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Here’s something interesting that doesn’t involve abortion or war. It’s a picture of me working out. Kudos to the guy spotting. That reminds me. I hope I lock the basement. 

So everyone talks about how bad social media is, and yet everyone uses it. It’s become the modern version of smoking. Yes, I got to quit, but right now I just can’t. That’s me. 

It’s the same problem I have with making Brian Stelter fat jokes. I can’t control myself, just like Brian Stelter at Krispy Kreme. See, I didn’t even know I said that. 

And I rarely feel better after scrolling through online stuff. And I always tell people to spend less time doing it. Yet there I am late at night, sneaking a social media puff and like smoking, it usually makes my blood pressure go up. 

Now I tell myself that social media is a harmless drinking partner and that I have company, but I don’t have to put out cheese or crackers or, as MSNBC calls it, cheese and white people. 

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However, how would I be as a person if I stopped even for a week? 

Well a new study revealed what could happen if you stop using social media? You die. I’m kidding. You don’t die. In fact, quite the opposite. You live. 

ANKARA, TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 04: Icons of WhatsApp Messenger messaging and voice over IP service, Instagram social networking service, Social network company Facebook, YouTube video sharing company, Snapchat multimedia messaging app, Twitter news and social networking service, Swarm mobile app, Facebook Messenger messaging platform and Gmail email service applications are seen on a screen of smart phone in Ankara, Turkey on September 04, 2018.   (Photo by Muhammed Selim Korkutata/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

ANKARA, TURKEY – SEPTEMBER 04: Icons of WhatsApp Messenger messaging and voice over IP service, Instagram social networking service, Social network company Facebook, YouTube video sharing company, Snapchat multimedia messaging app, Twitter news and social networking service, Swarm mobile app, Facebook Messenger messaging platform and Gmail email service applications are seen on a screen of smart phone in Ankara, Turkey on September 04, 2018.   (Photo by Muhammed Selim Korkutata/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
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A new study finds that avoiding social media platforms for just one week, that’s the weekend plus five Kat, significantly improves a person’s well-being, reducing both anxiety and depression. 

Now, if there were a pill that had the same effect in just one week, you’d take it. Actually, I think we used to call those Quaaludes. But social media isn’t something you can take, like the president’s teeth at bedtime, it’s something you have to remove, and that’s harder. 

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