Official who OK'd Obama birth papers dies in crash -
Older diners overtake the young at restaurants -
Very telling. The generational income transfer at its peak. Boomers are eating at Carrabba’s, millennials at the QT hotdog bar.
So, who knew about Cobb Commission Chair Tim Lee’s ties to a turf company before the Braves deal was announced? -
Just another $700m. coincidence. Move along.
This Guy Traveled The Country In A Pink Tutu Just To Make His Wife Laugh During Chemo -
More ignorant, pointless solipsism pretending to be universal truth. Tremendously depressing to anyone with a brain.
Hacktivists on Trial -
Once again, another outraged journalist dances around the fact that the rule of law is broken and can only begin to be restored by mass impeachments and disbarments.
Checkbook Journalism & Leaking to the Highest Bidders -
This throw-down is gonna be epic.
9/11 Link To Saudi Arabia Is Topic Of 28 Redacted Pages In Government Report; Congressmen Push For Release -
The big secret is that the FBI thought it had infiltrated and turned the plot, possibly with Israeli assistance. In any event, the lie that a wholly organic and independent plot struck on 9/11 must be kept alive.
People seem to think “coding” is a young person’s activity (even though it isn’t), and if you’re lucky enough to get a job doing it, you’ll have to find something else to do when you’re 35 or so, and that’s not going to be so easy. Learning to code is good if you have a calling, if you feel it’s what you must do to express yourself. If you have ideas that you can implement in code that no one else is doing. Or if you just love the puzzles that programming is constantly presenting you with. You have to have a certain amount of self-hatred to love programming, btw. Because it’s a grind. And to do it well you have to have a lot of all of these things. — Dave Winer Learning to code will not make you rich (or particularly powerful)
Kiev: Man playing Lennon’s Imagine to riot police