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Please help me stop compulsively checking the FiveThirtyEight election forecast

Every day I wake up. I brush my teeth. I check the FiveThirtyEight Election tracker. I eat breakfast. I check the FiveThirtyEight Election tracker again. I leave my apartment. I check the FiveThirtyEight Election tracker again. SEE ALSO: Finding humor in an absurd election By the most conservative of estimates, I check the FiveThirtyEight Election tracker 600 times a day.
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