Russell's laugh is a marvel for the ages. (7.5 minute video.)
Funny as heck. (8 minute video.)
Also funny as heck, Nora Ephron's salute to Nichols. (2.5 minute video.)
Racheal Price beautifully covers Blind Faith's classic.
Answered and with a way you can supposedly replicate them at home.
"Why DO the ladies love a tramp? Kate Beckinsale joins the long list of women who epitomise glamour but date scruffy beaus"
I don't think six examples is a "long" list and I don't think it is a trend. But the proposed answer is interesting nonetheless.
Seems like a concise introduction to the theory that I was quite fortunate to have missed in college.
Plenty. This is summary of a talk by John Carreyrou, author of Bad Blood, a chronicle of the fall of Theranos.
Good on Mr. Thiel.
I am not in favor of merchants misrepresenting their products. But on the other hand, before you pay $90,000 for a used car to a car dealer halfway across the country, maybe you should hire your own inspector.
I think we're ready to declare "Money is root of all evil" is wrong.
Bad gut bacteria and inflammation are.
I like the advice: ask lots of questions.
"Benjamin Dreyer sees language the way an epicure sees food. And he finds sloppiness everywhere he looks."
Here's an excerpt from Dreyer's book.
Usefulness of most or all of these Websites could well extend beyond journalism.
"Teenager who went to bed with a headache, fell into a coma and woke up four days later to discover she had unknowingly given BIRTH to a surprise baby. . . .
"The college student - who studies Sports Physiotherapy - hadn't developed a bump, experienced no morning sickness and had not missed a period."
Even people who can afford to pay tens of thousands of dollars for a piano can make stupid financial mistakes.
Good question. If she doesn't, should we worry about "seat belt shaming"?
"A couple in their 30s who bought a house near San Francisco says it took 3 months of searching, 2 rejected offers, and bidding 40% over asking price"
How long can this go on? (Yeah, yeah, the answer is probably "a really long time".)
Related: "San Francisco's housing crisis is so dire that one of the cheapest homes in the city is a 'fixer' that sold for $600,000."
Rush, in his own inimitable fashion, criticizes the latest from AOC.
John Hinderaker, commenting on same, is also blunt: "How Dumb is Ocasio-Cortez?"
Even Cher gets it: "Cher Splashes Cold Water on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Celebrity Cult".
And while some folks are celebrating the "gain" of $3 billion perhaps they should look into the much more concrete waste of nearly $1 billion: "Believe It Or Not, The Amazon Pullout Wasn’t Even The Worst Economic News For NY Dems This Week".
I recommend a "Hell, no!" vote. Two readings in support:
"Trifecta Of Folly: Pritzker Admin's Pension Plan For Illinois Will Center On The Three Worst Ideas Available"
It's not often you see a "trifecta of folly," but, hey, it's how government rolls in Illinois.
UPDATE: Link fixed now. Sorry.
David Bernstein has a little fun with Rep. Omar and the increasing anti-Semitism of the hard Left.
"CA Gov. Gavin Newsom touts a poll opposing funding The Wall, gets struck by speeding train statistics"
"Which then brings us to point one. How many in California are aware of the extent of an existing border wall in their state?"
The Quorites nominate several dozen sites to consider.
Supposedly, Texas is the best.