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Daily Archives: July 22, 2012
What We Won’t Be Playing in the London Games | The Hairpin.
Busted It’s tough not to get a big head when you’re standing next to your big head.
Saturday Night Special: Happy Together A testament to the power of love.
Jephthah Kills 42,000 The leaders of Ephraim responded, “The men of Gilead are nothing more than rejects from Ephraim and Manasseh.” So Jephthah called out his army and attacked the men of Ephraim and defeated them. Jephthah captured the shallows … Continue reading
My 91-Year-Old Grandfather Helped Blow Up the King David Hotel on July 22, 1946 – Tablet Magazine.
Military Strategy: What are the optimal siege tactics for taking Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella Castle? – Quora
Military Strategy: What are the optimal siege tactics for taking Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella Castle? – Quora.
“I Really Resent You Using the Word ‘Torture’”: Q. & A. with Jose Rodriguez : The New Yorker.
From an Unlikely Source, a Serious Challenge to Wall Street | Matt Taibbi | Rolling Stone.
Witness to Innocence: Wrongful Execution and Exoneration.
N.R.A. Proposes Sweeping Ban on Movies : The New Yorker.
If a Jammed Assault Rifle saved Lives, wouldn’t no Assault Rifle? | Informed Comment.
The Human Body From Head To Toe « Happiness in this World.
After working on the Manhattan Project, Mr. Schram published works in French and German and taught himself Russian and Japanese before turning to the study of Mao Zedong. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/22/world/asia/stuart-r-schram-physicist-and-mao-scholar-dies-at-88.html
Mr. Cockburn took pleasure in condemning what he saw as the outrages of the right and what he often considered the tepidness and timidity of the American liberal establishment. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/22/business/media/alexander-cockburn-left-wing-writer-dies-at-71.html
A leader of student protests at Columbia University in 1968, Justice Reichbach went on to be a well respected, if sometimes controversial, judge of the New York State Supreme Court. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/19/nyregion/gustin-reichbach-judge-with-a-radical-history-dies-at-65.html
Mr. Dwoskin made dozens of movies that often blurred the boundaries among fiction, documentary and autobiography. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/22/movies/stephen-dwoskin-experimental-filmmaker-dies-at-73.html
http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2012/07/22/sports/olympics/22uchimura_ss.html Sent from NYTimes for iPhone
http://video.nytimes.com/video/2012/07/20/sports/olympics/100000001673160/all-eyes-on-uchimura.html Sent from NYTimes for iPhone
Terry Gross on speed-reading, her sexual orientation and Howard Stern’s genius. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/22/magazine/can-fresh-air-kill-plants.html
Nineteen years ago, Ousley murdered his mother and father at age 14. So why does he think he deserves to get out of prison? http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/22/magazine/greg-ousley-is-sorry-for-killing-his-parents-is-that-enough.html
What does a financial giant owe to its clients? That question is at the heart of the battle between the founders of Dragon Systems and Goldman Sachs, their banker, in a sale that went horribly awry. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/business/goldman-sachs-and-a-sale-gone-horribly-awry.html
Ralph Kramden Statue at New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Mitt Romney: Lazy liar – Salon.com.
Susan Sontag on Aphorisms and the Commodification of Wisdom | Brain Pickings.
Green Card Stories: A Visual Catalog of Immigrants’ Triumphs and Tribulations | Brain Pickings.