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"Nobody's Fool"

An R-rated clip from the marvelous film, "Nobody's Fool." The book is also great. [Hmm. I need to read the sequel.]

Miscellaneous and Fast

The trailer for "The Witness." Nicholas Bate has your plan for 2017. Althouse points to Glenn Loury's views on voter identification Beauty: The 2013 shooting of the Pirelli Calendar in Rio. Althouse on the latest smug celebrities video. Cultural Offering: Unsettled science.

Trump falsely claims he created thousands of new jobs, and news outlets lap it up

It was a huge announcement. An announcement so full of winning that we may even get tired of winning. “Because of what’s happening and the spirit and the hope,” President-elect Donald Trump told reporters on Wednesday, “I was just called by the head people at Sprint and they’re going to be bringing 5,000 jobs back […]

Broken Edges

What do you do when you know something isn’t quite working, such as a job, a creative project, a business idea, or a relationship? How do you turn that inner feeling of misalignment into a practical growth experience, so you can ultimately create or discover a better match? I’ll share a pretty straightforward process that…

The New Year's Song

In an act of gross negligence, I failed to post this last night but it still works for New Year's Day. Dougie MacLean sings " Auld Lang Syne." Crank it up.

Foote on Gettysburg

Book TV's Brian Lamb interviews Shelby Foote about Foote's book: "Stars in Their Courses: The Gettysburg Campaign."

Miscellaneous and Fast

Dallas News: Serving on a jury with Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson. Reprise: How to Ruin Your Relationship. Althouse points to Glenn Loury's views on voter identification Beauty: The 2013 shooting of the Pirelli Calendar in Rio. Kagan: Understanding Russia today.

Dickens Film Fest

"Nicholas Nickleby" "A Tale of Two Cities" "David Copperfield" "Great Expectations" "A Christmas Carol" "Bleak House" "Oliver Twist" "Little Dorrit" One of the many joys (and part of the genius) of Dickens is the multitude of memorable characters. Trivia question: Which Dickens character said, "I wants to make your flesh creep?"

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