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Amid the chaos, Robinhood and other trading platforms blocked investors from purchasing GameStop for a time, and then set limits to the number of shares customers could purchase.
In Chandrasekar’s paintings, chaos and order don’t merely coexist but actually harmonize.
He clutched law enforcement tight as he argued that his presidency was in essence the only barrier between order and chaos.
Dev Patel’s turn in “The Personal History of David Copperfield” might have been somewhat overlooked by viewers at home due to the film being released amid pandemic chaos, but Andy Samberg certainly caught their attention with Hulu’s “Palm Springs.”
Last week, broad anxiety over the consequences of the market chaos and worrying economic data fueled widespread losses.
Despite all the chaos the country is going through, there is a backbone of what’s taking place behind the scenes.
Wall Street began to rebound from last week’s losses amid anxiety over the chaos fueled by the speculative trading frenzy cheered on by the Reddit forum WallStreetBets and other online communities.
Because small uncertainties can have exponentially bigger effects, “it’s a little bit like chaos,” Goldenfeld said.
One is the idea of all the chaos of living in your 20s, and trying to make sense of your identity up until around when you turn 30.
While many used Sue’s threat as a way to vilify those seeking destruction, the meme was also often used in the first person by those gleefully bringing a bit more chaos into the world.
THE MOST IMPACTFUL MEMES OF 2020PETER ALLEN CLARKJANUARY 21, 2021TIME

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