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If You Plan to Haul More Than One Passenger, Don't Buy the Ford Fiesta

11 hours agoVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

I like to take in all of the little details, so when I was at Cobo in Detroit for the press preview days of the Detroit Auto Show, I made it a point to sit in just about every vehicle I could. Pictures are worth a thousand words, sure, but they can also be a bit deceiving as I found out when it came to the Ford Fiesta. Show More Summary

Donald Trump and the "F" Word

Last week, a group calling itself Resist Fascism took out a full-page advertisement in the The New York Times, urging national resistance to the incoming Trump-Pence "regime." Signed by thousands of people, the statement did not mince words in portraying Donald Trump as a threat to democracy. Show More Summary

Dez Bryant is rocking Jordan 1 cleats for Packers vs. Cowboys

Dez Bryant's potential cleats for the Cowboys vs Packers Divisional Playoff game. (via @darrenrovell) — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 15, 2017 Don’t need words for this. About nine thousand fire emojis will suffice, but instead lets just chat about these a little. Show More Summary

Worth a Thousand Words: The Lovers

Emile Friant, Les Amoureux, 1888via Arts Everyday Living

Crowley’s Plagiarism More Extensive Than Thought

“Monica Crowley, who is slated to serve in a top national security communications role in Donald Trump’s presidential administration, plagiarized thousands of words of her 2000 dissertation for her Columbia University Ph.D.,” CNN reports. “On Monday, Politico reported that it [...]

New Analysis: Monica Crowley’s PhD Dissertation Plagiarized THOUSANDS of Words

Monica Crowley has been chosen by Donald Trump for a major communications role in national security. On January 7, we learned that Crowley’s 2012 book had plagiarized sections of other people’s work — including RedState. A couple of days ago, it was reported that her PhD dissertation also contained plagiarized material. Show More Summary

Worth a Thousand Words: Colts for a Cowman

Via Pulp Covers Colts for a Cowman, sure... but I see he needs help from the gutsy dame in the saloon.

Fiat Chrysler To Invest $1 Billion In The US, Add 2,000 Jobs

Suddenly the coolest thing in corporate America is announcing major capital investments in the US while adding thousands of American jobs, in other words the opposite of the globalization trend of the past 30 years, in yet other words, doing precisely what Donald Trump demands. Show More Summary

The Early Word on Old Thousand, East Side’s Chinese Spot

Read on for the good and bad news on the food, cocktails, and the atmosphere Old Thousand is East Side’s much-awaited restaurant dishing out playful and modern interpretations of American-Chinese classics for dine-in and takeout. The casual spot is the first project for SMGB Hospitality, a group made up largely of chefs and restaurateurs. Show More Summary

Worth a Thousand Words: The Journal Readers

The Journal Readers (c.1660-1670). Jan Steen (Dutch, c.1625-1679).via Books and Art

Worth a Thousand Words: A Wild Sea at Choshi

Katsushika Hokusai, A Wild Sea at Choshi, c. 1833Via Arts Everyday Living

My Resolution to Write Less

last weekArts / Writing : LitReactor

One writer's failed resolution to write less in the new year. Column by Leah Rhyne The Best-Laid Writing Advice Write write write. Every day, write. A hundred words. A thousand words. Five words. Doesn't matter. Just write. Admit it....Show More Summary

Ditch OpenSCAD for C++

There’s an old saying that a picture is worth a thousand words. If you’ve ever tried to build furniture or a toy with one of those instructions sheets that contains nothing but pictures, you might disagree. 3D design is much the same for a lot of people. Show More Summary

How to Add Floating Table of Contents to Your WordPress Posts

Everybody who has been in the online content provider business long enough knows that Google loves long-form storytelling as it provides Internet users with more quality materials. As a result, articles with thousands of words have become common in the world wide web. Show More Summary

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