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This picture somehow makes me feel better whenever I screw anything up.
Then there’s this:
It’s like…”awwwwwww fuck.”
Jerry Yang wins the WSOP.
News of a Stars presale.
Our new favorite band.
Transitioning into vegetarianism. Here’s what the kids are eating:
I’m very late to the party on slower.net.
Best of Summer of 2007, so far.
Things are getting better in Iraq. If true, good. If false, who told the lie.
The future of interweb speed is scary.
The new Groove Armada album.
Don’t call it comeback.
Massive plane crash in Brazil.
All the remixes you can handle. We’ll have our best remixes of the year list shortly, so stay tuned.
Must even Gawker be anti-semitic now?
The best song this week.
Myself I believe in open borders; at least some of the obstacles to citizenship are coming down.
The oxycontin made her do it.
There’s no need to do that to people who just want to bike in the nuuuude.
The Vick story is the big news today I guess. Dog-fighting, which is horrifying thing don’t get me wrong, I have to consider that dogs are being killed everyday. We have a dog surplus now I guess. The thought that Vick could be suspended merely on the basis of allegations doesn’t thrill me, but let’s not mince hairs–it’s part of Vick’s culture, and that’s just the way it is.
I don’t write about politics very much here, but indulge me for a second. The trial of Michael Vick is going to cost millions–it will surely generate millions for big corporations that will make money from eyes on television, but it is going to cost somebody millions–the American taxpayer. Why they should pay for such a trial, which will indubitably be conducted by the a nepotistic retard of a prosecutor, is beyond me. One person should pay for his crime, no other should pay for it.
It is Vick who has and will pay. The public has rendered the verdict. It will probably rob him of his livelihood for a year at minimum, it will haunt his life thereafter. Public knowledge of criminal behavior is the most virtuous form of discipline imaginable for those who are in the public eye.
This, naturally, leads one to an important conclusion. If everyone had a public life, we would need about 80 percent less jails.
Barry Bliss is legendary over at Stop Me.
The Michael Vick story is the big news.
Earthquake in Tokyo.
More from the Pitchfork Music Festival.
Lucas’ guilty pleasure for humpday.
Interesting situation between Derrida’s estate and the university that paid for his papers, Cal-Irvine.
New House trainees.
Dr. Olivia Wilde. Can the campaign for her and House getting it on please begin now?
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