I May Actually Get Hired to Write This
I think you know what the trustees can do with their suggestions.
The truth: It's civilised here every day. I never saw a bookshop that didn't embody all that's best in civ. And I used to work at Borders!— Kirkdale Bookshop (@KirkdaleBooks) November 26, 2015
And yes, I'm putting this shit in list form.
You never know with Catsmeat. In one of his school reports, which I happened to see while prowling about the Rev. Aubrey Upjohn's study one night in search of biscuits, the Rev. Aubrey had described him as 'brilliant but unsound', and if ever a headmaster with a face like a cassowary rang the bell and entitled himself to receive a cigar or coco-nut, this headmaster was that headmaster.
At Phoenix is the next tough one. Then at Utah. Then at Toronto— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) November 23, 2015
Let's go Warriors fans. Get on the record. Who will beat the Warriors first? I say at Toronto— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) November 23, 2015
Maccabi Tel Aviv. https://t.co/uJydnI8DPs— Ray Ratto (@RattoCSN) November 23, 2015
Warriors are 39-1 in their last 40 games when they score at least 60 points in the 1st half— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 23, 2015
Final and conclusive proof that everything looks good in vintage travel posters (link):
Alaska’s problems go beyond oil prices. Federal funding has fallen since stimulus funds dried up after the recession, and the state’s influence in Washington has waned since the electoral defeat of longtime U.S. senator Ted Stevens in 2008. The prices of other natural resources, such as gold and salmon, have also declined. Most significantly, the state’s oil production has been falling for decades, dropping below 500,000 barrels per day in 2014 from a peak of more than 2 million barrels per day in the late 1980s.
There are various things we know are meaningless. Poll results before New Hampshire, for example. The regular season in hockey. And, of course, the first three months of the NBA season, usually.
|A man too egotistical and unstable to work as a CEO in the technology industry.|
I quite agree with this article about how Apple has lost sight of good design principles. But grey san serif type on a white background? Physician heal thyself.
A kindness from Alan Moore.
[T]he [Bush] group’s chief strategist has boasted of his willingness to spend as much as $20 million to damage Mr. Rubio’s reputation and halt his sudden ascent in the polls, according to three people told of the claim.
This one via the estimable Ron Rosenbaum.