Korean grandmother, 83, is ‘punched in the head by woman, 27, screaming “white power” in downtown LA [Daily Mail]
I discovered this gem a few years ago, by accident, while I was researching the Furtwängler performance of April 20, 1942 [more] Originally, there was a shorter version of Kelly’s presentation on youtube, but he re-recorded it and has made it available on Harvard’s edX [Kelly] free online educational program.
It’s a little hard to sort out the grifts when they’re so many-layered. So, please bear with me.
Apparently Trump’s pressuring Lockheed Martin squeezed around $700 million off of one of the F-35 contracts.
The majority of men rarely think of God, or, at least, do not occupy themselves much with Him. The idea of God has so little stability, it is so afflicting, that it can not hold the imagination for a long time, except in some sad and melancholy visionists who do not constitute the majority of the inhabitants of this world.
Novelist Walter Mosley is a widely-published author of crime fiction, children’s books, and stories. He did a talk at “Politics and Prose”[Mosley] about his book “Folding the Red Into the Black: Developing a Viable Untopia for the 25th Century”[amazon]
I don’t like the term “common sense” because it’s an oxymoron – what is common is usually not sensible, and what is sensible is seldom common. Mosley dishes out something that is probably uncommon sense.
Back in the 90s I used to suffer from insomnia. I’d get an idea, then be unable to sleep until I had fully hashed it out. Then, I decided to try operant conditioning on myself, to train myself to go to sleep under predetermined circumstances.
B: What is natural law? (*)
A: The instinct that gives us a sense of justice.
Amy, the perky robo-shill, called me again yesterday. This time I actually listened to the pitch.