It happens to the best of us – forgetting where we parked our car. While for most, it takes a few extra minutes to find the vehicle, for one man in Germany, it ended up being 20 years. Read morelogs | Comments
(November 2, 2017 01:27 PM, by Scott Sumner) Just a quick reaction now, but I'll have much more to say later. This is based on a brief news article, not a detailed reading of the proposed tax bill. 1. There is more tax reform than I expected. I've... (3 COMMENTS)
Poverty is not a moral flaw, as anyone can see from Pygmalion, but that lie is like a vampire - it's undead, and returning now, a century later. Perhaps it's time to read Bernard Shaw again (and not just watch My Fair Lady).
If a place doesn't have a Target, is it really a place worth visiting? Deep thoughts like this one crossed my mind when I read that Vermont has been sans a Target store since the company was first founded in 1962. I'm sure the stateShow More Summary
By Braden Keith on SwimSwam Welcome to SwimSwam’s feature, called simply SwimSwam Discussion. We might rename it at a later point in time (Hospitality Room,... Read the full story on SwimSwam: NCAA Survey Reveals Earlier Commitments Result in More Changes
Many sexual harassment cases are never reported, Hill and others note, which makes it difficult to gauge the scope of the problem. Continue reading ? The post Nearly 3 decades later, Anita Hill sees the needle moving on sexual harassment appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Gerald’s Game is now streaming on Netflix, and it’s the second consecutive Stephen King screen adaption to deliver the thrilling goods this fall (a third, 1922, is on the way later this month). If you haven’t read the novel, Game follows a husband and wife named Gerald (Bruce Greenwood) and ... More »
Twitter, the social network that redefined the term "information overload," is working on a feature that'll make it easier to bookmark those cool tweets that deserve a second look. Announced by several key Twitter employees, including...Show More Summary
Twitter is working on a bookmarking button so you can save tweets to read later, for posterity or whatever else – without having to ‘heart’ it, reports BuzzFeed News. That’ll certainly come in handy, especially for the scores of users (myself included) who enjoy using Twitter to discover interesting content. Show More Summary
Twitter confirmed it’s planning to launch a bookmarking feature to save tweets for later reading. The addition will help users keep a separate list of items they want to refer back to, instead of using the heart (aka “favorite”) button, which can indicate more of a “like” – similar to the “thumbs up” button on Facebook. The feature’s… Read More
We shouldn’t let pass unremarked today’s 50th anniversary of the execution of sadistic marxist killer Che Guevara. It’s been years since I read WFB’s Blackford Oakes thriller about Che, See You Later, Alligator, and I don’t remember much about it. Show More Summary
Exits marked “Security Only,” “Reserved for VIP,” etc are fair game in an emergency! You can apologize later! Always reconnoiter ahead of time! This post Age of Terrorism, We Are Living It ~ Must Read Survival Tips appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Tonight I will be going from “XYX Corp” to downtown to Theatrical Outfit for their performance of “Boy”. It does me no good to leave early, maybe I can use some of the later office time to do some German … Continue reading ?
This article is published with permission from Finnaccuracy in Finland. You can find the original here. There is a lot to read, over 2000 words, but it’s well worth it if you’re looking to buy one now or later, or just learn more about these First Focal Planer spotters. Show More Summary
Meds and murder. In 2004, Dan Olmsted wrote a ground breaking series with Mark Benjamin about the malaria drug Lariam - and its association with murder suicides. You can read the series here from UPI. Eight years later, Dan was...
It’s no secret that young people are getting married and starting families later in life than their parents did. It is, however, a bit of a secret where they are choosing to settle down. Read more Blogs | Comments
My eighth-grade English teacher had a no-Stephen-King rule — which was rich considering that she made us read Ayn Rand's "Anthem" — but King's new novel about an evil clown menacing the small town of Derry, Maine, was the size of a Buick, so she allowed me to do my book report on "It." I've written...
After 40 years of offending critics and fans alike, it looks like I Spit On Your Grave is about to time for folks to shield their eyes again. Read on to see what's happening with this new project.
Israeli PM Netanyahu was seen nodding during Donald Trump's speech to the UN, and he later praised it to the skies. "I’ve listened to countless speeches in this hall, but I can say this: none were bolder, none more courageous and forthright than the one delivered by President Trump." Netanyahu went on to offer red meat rhetoric of his own on Iran. Show More Summary
[Who Let the Blogs Out is our way of saying, "Shit, missed this one when it was first posted. Here, read it a few months later!" So, with that, let Seapunk Historian regale you with his tale of MediEvil, a game that means more to him than just what's on the screen. Show More Summary