Monthly Archive: August 2014

Culture and Entertainment

So in the first few scenes of Luther (available on Netflix), we see a police detective let a killer of children fall to his death (when he could have chosen to reach out and...

What Do You Call It?

Much has been made – in conservative circles, at least – on the administration’s labeling of Nidal Hasan’s assault on Ford Hood as “workplace violence” when there is increasing evidence that it wasn’t.

Sunday!

If you’ve been wondering whatever happened to Jackie Chan movies, I’ve found them in Bollywood. (Chennai Express reviewed!)

Rotherham

Outside of… particular circles… I haven’t seen terribly much attention directed at the remarkable and horrifying revelations in Britain. Some 1,400 young girls over the last fifteen years were sexually abused, and little was...

I Can Read Mississippi With My Eyes Shut Tight

Recently, some fancy numbers have suggested that if it were a state, Britain would be competing with Mississippi to be the poorest of all fifty-one states. So what does this mean? Whatever the case, Will Truman would rather not have to choose between living Mississippi or Britain.

Saturday!

How much scarier is freedom for a robot than it would be for a human?

Weekend!

Holy cow! Is it Friday already?

Indeed it is!

Linky Friday #81

Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Asian Cities, Crime, Television, Education, Solar Energy, and Millenials!

Constitutional Crisis: Week 1

James Hanley recaps the first week of his Constitutional Crisis course. Spoiler: not much has happened yet, but that won’t stop him from rambling on.