The lawsuit, and Elliott’s plan to “dox” and expose the women who anonymously added to the list, were met with the expected mixed reaction, from cheers of encouragement to Elliott for “fighting back”, to, of course, GoFundMes for both parties.
What is a race of people made of?
Not being tied to political and election cycles has helped keep the U.S. Register of Copyrights an apolitical institution. Will H.R. 1695 change that?
Your Ordinary World links for 15 Oct 18, focusing on Prognostications, Previews, and Perspectives on Midterm Elections 2018, plus two from the Ordinary Times Archives on the 2010 and 2014 midterms.
Need to get a haircut.
Sometimes it’s better when you don’t explain everything.
Ordinary Sunday Brunch is Ordinary Times cultural quick links for you enjoyment. This week; music, art, history, food, and travel with music to read, share, and discuss.
You need to plan ahead. And have friends.
If one speaks of Paris, the mind first thinks of the well known sites and sounds of the iconic French city. But below the city of light is the darker, less romanticized resting place of former Parisians bones – 6-7 million of them in 200 miles of catacombs.
So let’s say your buddy says that they “beat a game last night”.
What does that mean?
The harrowing memoir of a lost artist from NY reveals how multi-talented David Wojnarowicz was and how bad the good old days were.
Your Ordinary World links for Saturday 13 Oct 2018, with stories and perspectives on religion, economics, and two from the Ordinary Times vault. Read, Share, and discuss.
Men are just natural mechanics.
Compromise and partnership exists in hundreds of little corners of our country. It’s about time we started celebrating them.
Linky Friday is Ordinary Times’ Friday tradition of bringing you various links from across the web and around the world. This week, “All in Due Time” is the theme, with music interludes and plenty to read, share, and discuss.
The best seats in the house.
Holy cow. Is tomorrow Friday already?
Indeed it is.
Melania Trump demands that women be able to prove abuse they have claimed. She demands this as if proof matters.
Your Ordinary World links for Thursday 11 Oct 18 with some of the darker stories of labor history, plus a Throwback Thursday look into the Ordinary Times archives.
So’s yo mamma.
Remember: You Can’t Make Fun of Someone Else’s Prediction Unless You Post Your Own
Escalation of stakes is part of the appeal of doomsday end-game modules, but I have a hunch there’s more to it than the natural progression from local to regional to national to global threats. I suspect that apocalyptic stories draw from some dark universal well abiding in the human heart. Or maybe it’s that engine from Event Horizon. Maybe that engine from Event Horizon is the darkness that dwells within the human heart.
This is a live thread about the arrival and impact of Hurricane Michael, a monstrous storm threatening Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Welcome to the first edition of Ordinary Times’s new linky feature, “Wednesday Writs”, which will attempt to bring to you the latest and most interesting headlines from the legal world.
If it sounds to good to be true, it must be one of Captain David’s crazy schemes that somehow always seem to work out.
It starts at 8:30. Says so right here.
Gingerbread, obviously. And the Galaxy S3.
Sandwiches are both yummy and apolitical.
Our friend Oscar is vacationing, but checked in to deliver his Tech Tuesday links, as well as pics from having witnessed the Space X launch.
To expand Columbus Day to encompass other adventurers of all American epochs would be most fitting, and allow today’s far more diverse American citizenry to embrace a common thread in our shared history. So why not rename it Explorers Day, simultaneously celebrating entrepreneurship and discovery, and encompassing all intrepid adventurers, of land, sea, air, and space.
Ordinary World for Monday 8 October 2018, your morning links to stories about the world, economics, and data from Ordinary Times read, share, and discuss.
Don’t skip the shave.
Some cosmetic changes are coming!
Ordinary Sunday Brunch is Ordinary Times cultural quick links for you enjoyment. This week; music, art, history, food, and sports with music to read, share, and discuss.
A comedy for some, a tragedy for others.
It became readily apparent that the [Kavanaugh] fight was not about his judicial philosophy or whether the allegations of sexual misconduct were true. It rapidly became a war between our two political tribes in which the only thing that mattered was victory and in which each side was living in its own reality.