The Bowery: 1905 — Mmm, trains.
The Future of Air Travel — Ca. 1910, at any rate.
Criggo on helicopter tours — What a business model! The flight is free, but the landings cost extra.
WAG Rage — Language Log on some peculiarities of British sport culture.
Do You Have Free Will? Yes, It's the Only Choice
Media Coverage of the Fukishima Nuclear Reactor Crisis
The Ego Advantage — David Brooks of The New York Times on Qadaffi's decades-long grip on power.
Who's in hell? Pastor's book sparks eternal debate — Nice religion you people have there. Proud of it, are you?
Indiana Prosecutor Encouraged 'False Flag' Assault On Walker To Discredit Wisconsin Unions — Nothing to see here, citizen, move along.
Smaller government, smaller dreams, smaller people — We seem to have become a small-minded people obsessed with smaller government, smaller visions, smaller aspirations — a crimped, cramped people from whom it seems unimaginable to expect or ask for this kind of hard work and investment and long-term foresight. Regardless of their own rhetoric, that is observably the conservative vision in a nutshell. "To each their own, and those who don't have enough deserve what they didn't get." One of the most important reasons that I'm a liberal-progressive is that I profoundly oppose the divisive closing of the American spirit that the GOP has been driving us towards all my lifetime.
?otD: Is Mars cold as hell?
Writing time yesterday: 1.75 hours (2,500 words on Sunspin)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 6.0 hours (interrupted)
Currently reading: A Bard's Eye View, ed. Michael A. Ventrella; Honeyed Words by J.A. Pitts