I’m sure most serious Santana fans wouldn’t even rank these, but I could go back to Inner Secrets and Zebop! from the late 70s early 80s any time and be endlessly happy listening to them. It’s probably just all about imprinting at the right time. I “discovered” these in my alienated and isolated boarding school […]
Abortion was legal when the Constitution was ratified: “For America’s first century, abortion wasn’t banned in a single US state. It’s only become a hot-button issue in recent decades.” — Read on billmoyers.com/story/history-of-abortion-law-america/
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Today this opinion panel piece appeared in the NYTimes, “These Conservative Men Are Making No Apologies” I read the edited transcript and then listened to the full segment later. (And yes, heavily edited. The written version omits gems such as “Biden is a puppet!” and “[I got] yelled at for my mask not covering my […]
Amused but not surprised that this book exists.
I won’t post the more infamous image of the day, with Dr King’s body on the ground. Instead, I prefer to remember him as he was before James Earl Ray murdered him. I’m also in no mood for U2 jokes this year.
Overwhelmed by your news feed? Strategies from a Princeton course can help. Stephens draws on the strategies he discusses with students to offer six tips for remixing your own personal media stream — and weighs in on what it means to be a responsible consumer of media in this moment.
In which Politico pundits, several way out of their lanes, got a lot wrong (from 2020). Coronavirus Will Change the World Permanently. Here’s How.
This article in the Seattle Times had me thinking about Robert Caro’s 1974 bio: Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York and the history of populations whose homes and neighborhoods were sacrificed to white “progress.” An overview from NPR: A Brief History Of How Racism Shaped Interstate Highways
I feel this. “What happens to our brains when we have an infinite memory?”