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Sweetheart? I can't remember if I locked the back door or not. Why don't you go check, then? Suppose I go and it's already locked? So? Then you'll have gotten a little exercise and some peace of mind. But if I don't check it and a bear gets in, I'll get plenty of exercise having to take it down with my incredible moves. Bears can't turn doorknobs, and you don't have incredible moves. Clearly, you've never seen me go up against a panda cub that has human arm transplants.
Of digital riptides and original sin — was the decline of newspapers inevitable?
Several media industry executives argue that the disruption of the newspaper industry was inevitable, and that there was nothing much those in charge of the
Animated History of Western Architecture in Just 15 Minutes
These six super-short videos are an architectural tour de force for visual learners bent on absorbing as much as possible in as little time as needed. Narrated by actor Ewan McGregor, the Design in…
'Scene From Hell' At Site Of Spanish Train Crash
Speed is suspected as a factor in Wednesday's derailment and crash. The death toll is around 80 people and scores more people were injured. "The scene is shocking, it's Dante-esque," a local official says.
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Monthly Review | An Independent Socialist Magazine
Monthly Review began publication in New York City in May 1949. The first issue featured the lead article “Why Socialism?” by Albert Einstein. From the beginning, Monthly Review spoke for a critical but spirited socialism, independent of any political organization. Read more at our about page.
Summer is sweet, but school is sweeter. Every summer at 826 Valencia, we run Exploring Words Summer Camp, a reading, writing, and science intensive program for students from second to fifth grade. From four basic ideas — look up, look down, look around, and look within — we developed curriculum that touched on topics from astronomy to geology, ecosystems, and psychology. Each