Courtesy commentor Belafon, who got it from LGF. How often do you hear a TV person quoting Audre Lord — approvingly? Earlier today, commentor Comrade Jake linked to a great profile in the NYTimes: … He was one of the best players to come out of tiny Hitchcock, Tex., where his family was well known […]
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Okay, now I’m really looking forward to reading Elizabeth Kolbert’s The Sixth Extinction. Review by Kathryn Schulz, in NYMag: … Environmental issues are not known for their entertainment value: Pollution is dreary, energy wonky, climate change depressing. Perversely, extinction, which should be the most existentially troubling, is something of an exception. That’s thanks almost entirely […]
Well played, Canada. Well played. "@Molson_Canadian's passport-enabled beer fridge in Sochi" http://t.co/aoYV7ECftc pic.twitter.com/6AjkDSWCrG — Meredith Frost (@MeredithFrost) February 11, 2014 In other Sochi “news”, Joe DeLessio at NYMag: How much better are the United States and Canada in women’s hockey than every other country on the planet? Since women’s hockey became an Olympic sport in […]
. Via Andrew Leonard at Salon, who seems to take this rather more seriously than it deserves. Wikipedia says “The Crunchies is an award ceremony, run by TechCrunch, which celebrates the most compelling startups, internet and technology innovations of the year“. Apart from a strong whiff of the stuff I use in my tomato planters, […]
Richard L. Hasen, at Slate, on “The New Conservative Assault on Early Voting”: … In the past few weeks, a flurry of conservatives have attacked early voting, from Eugene Kontorovich and John McGinnis in Politico to George Will in the Washington Post to J. Christian Adams in the Washington Times. The timing is no coincidence: […]