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Archived Since:August 27, 2009

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On the cascading movie inspirations of Luc Besson

Morning Ed: History {2016.07.17.Su}

Bush found Texas, Churchill mistrusted Mormons, and civil wars...


So let's say that the levels of political realism that helped create A Song of Ice and Fire informed the politics of a video game. You might end up with something like Age of Decadence. (Contains the stalest of Game of Thrones spoilers.)

How Brexit Turned Into an Immigrant’s Nightmare

Yes, we're still talking about Brexit. But today it's about more than just the politics, it's about the racism behind Britain's Leave vote.

Linky Friday #175

This Week: Entertainment, Health, Love, Marriage, Children, and Divorce!

Tenons Avec De Nice

Not a lot known just yet about what happened during Bastille Day celebrations on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, France.

A Press Release From America’s Venerated Institutions

“Is it accurate that Coach Paterno quickly said to you, ‘I don’t want to hear about any of that kind of stuff, I have a football season to worry about?’” the man’s lawyer asked him in 2014. “Specifically. Yes... I was shocked, disappointed, offended. Show More Summary

Second and Main

Burt Likko stumbles into a Black Lives Matter rally.


I wonder what you're doing now (I hope you're feeling happy now) On Makeout songs.

No Sleep Till (We’re) Brooklyn

Rufus writes perhaps too many words on gentrification after finding himself living in "the Brooklyn of Canada".

Morning Ed: Crime {2016.07.11.M}

There's a thing that happened in Dallas, and some Pokemon-related criminal activity.


Nobody does a happy ending like the Coen Brothers. (On Hail, Caesar.)

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