A cool little story about Bob Dylan's early acetates, Rolling Stone, and the heretofore unknown to me "Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect".
An interesting try, but even if one of the theories advanced explains why they did, they don't explain why they do now.
It's a loss that Papa Hemingway is not read in the high schools and colleges anymore. An awful lot of students could benefit from reading, among others, The Old Man and the Sea.
As found in NYC, LA, Philly, and 12 other mostly major cities in the U.S.
What amazed me were the people who seemed to think that a 20- or 30-minute interview could tell them as much as about an applicant's suitability as a years-long record of what the applicant actually did.
It's a plucky little--population 1.3 million--country.
"Here's the difference between ice cream, gelato, soft serve, frozen custard, sherbet, sorbet, and frozen yogurt"
In case you want to know.
I don't know what the dogs will think about it, but it seems clever.
"The incredible village in Yemen perched on a gigantic boulder that looks like a fortress from a fantasy film"
I agree. It's unusual looking.