Here’s a 102-year-old letter I can’t wait to read.
Monthly Archive: June 2017
David Weigel’s new book on the rise and fall of prog rock is an excellent journey into one of the weirdest eras of popular music.
This Week: Law, War, Religion, Media, and Politics!
On Things That I Really Should Have Seen Coming, But Totally Didn’t
Tech Tuesday starts in two weeks, not two days ago, as expected, because Will & I have lives.
And another thing: it’s really not such a good thing from a vehicular maintenance perspective.
Taking a look at the inclusion of tort reform in Trump’s budget proposal and the impact it could have on Americans’ health.
Walker walks, and the new legality of rape and murder.
Oregon is cracking down on loose scheduling.
Comity, good faith, and bi-partisanship are at an end. How should the Democratic Party conduct itself after Trump?
Wildlife and cats. Do I repeat myself?
And every one was an ‘Enery She wouldn’t have a Willie nor a Sam.
A pioneer in mind-body medicine has just passed away. What he could purportedly do is both fascinating and amazing.
Never before can I recall the Order List being more interesting.
Pictures of Antarctica and stories from the other continents on which people live.
How the difference between Up and Inside Out helps me explain my take on Guardians of the Galaxy 2. (Just assume spoilers for every movie named here.)
With a free bonus Ballgate Scandal!
It is the nature of seasons to end.
It is the nature of hardcore characters to die.