Tuesday, July 22, 2014

not that I'm on fire, but what has the Capn been up to lately?

Thursday, July 17, 2014

All the people gave and the poor got paid

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Top Ten Current CFB Coaches Likeability Ranking

1. Steve Spurrier
2. Tommy Tuberville
3. Bill Snyder
4. Gus Malzahn
5. Mike Leach
6. Dana Holgorsen
7. David Cutcliffe
8. Bronco Mendenhall
9. Mike Gundy
10. Les Miles

Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Tuesday links

1. You're getting old

2. The best way to win an argument

3. E. coli long-term evolution experiment

4. How to make a rope hammock

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

an old favorite

Friday, June 20, 2014

Cars

TThere’s an open secret in America: If you want to kill someone, do it with a car. As long as you’re sober, chances are you’ll never be charged with any crime, much less manslaughter. Over the past hundred years, as automobiles have been woven into the fabric of our daily lives, our legal system has undermined public safety, and we’ve been collectively trained to think of these deaths as unavoidable “accidents” or acts of God. Today, despite the efforts of major public-health agencies and grassroots safety campaigns, few are aware that car crashes are the number one cause of death for Americans under 35. But it wasn’t always this way.
Murder Machines

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Must be broken

Monday, June 16, 2014

Why must I feel like that? Why must I chase the cat?

Friday, June 13, 2014

Approximate World Cup Rooting Rankings

Subject to drastic and frequent change:

USA
England
Costa Rica
Ghana
Switzerland
Cameroon
Honduras
Belgium
Australia
 Japan
Germany
Algeria
Croatia
France
South Korea
Netherlands
Portugal
Greece
Nigeria
Chile
Brazil
Uruguay
Ecuador
Argentina
Spain
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ivory Coast
Columbia
Italy
Mexico
Iran
Russia

Saturday, June 07, 2014

Some stuff

1. Here is a weird story about Chris Anderson and cat fishing and other things.

2. How to use Tinder

3. As Court Fees Rise, The Poor Are Paying The Price

4. Johnny Cash Has Been Everywhere

5. Ayn Rand's Harry Potter

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Tank Man

Perhaps even more importantly, the internet itself breeds an ethos of transparency and healthy skepticism of power. The first generation that can’t remember a time before the internet is a generation that craves information, loathes censorship, and revels in exposing abuses of power. We seem to have reached a tipping point, at least in the developed world, where technology has surpassed and by all appearances will continue to outpace government efforts to contain information. It’s hard to envision a time when we won’t have an Anonymous, a Snowden, or a Manning who have the technical know-how and the ideology to bring abuse to light. And the internet generation generally sees that as something to celebrate.

The beautiful thing about all of this is that today, anyone can be Tank Man, at least metaphorically.
Be your own Tank Man | Dan Luvisi Art

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