Detroit, South Central, Newark, D.C. . . . you don't say.
It sounded real, but two economists seem to argue well against it.
Learn how to throw down like original OG Martin Luther.
We despise your whorish impudence. . . . I must stop. I can no longer rummage in your blasphemous, hellish devil's filth and stench.
With this information I hadn't known:
But these explanations don’t help us explain political differences among Jews across countries or over time. American Jews share a religious tradition, historical inheritance, and minority status with most Jewish communities around the globe — and yet only Jews in the United States are concentrated on the left. Jews outside the U.S. are sometimes centrist, sometimes rightist, and occasionally indistinct from the general population, but never as tightly clustered on the left as American Jews.
(The paper referred to the article is here.)
Interesting answer: the voyages of Zheng He.
Rats probably weren't the transmission vector of bubonic plague. Gerbils probably were.
It’s always the cute ones you have to watch out for, isn’t it?
Lord, don't let the Clintons take credit for that.
Argument for Isaac Newton. (I didn't know that in later life he "dabbled in economics".)
Belonging to a household one of whose members participated, albeit less so than the extremes mentioned here, I found this interesting.