By Tyler Durden – Zero Hedge – 04/23/2019 Following the release of the Mueller report, the mainstream media tried to pull a fast one – absurdly claiming that their reporting for the last 2.5 years has been largely vindicated. Except, they weren’t vindicated at all. In fact, they lied through their teeth, peddling falsehood after falsehood. […]
Avicii is the # 1 official trend chart. The first posthumous track by Swedish DJ SOS is among the Top 20 in the Top Ten this week, as the fans pay tribute to the record producer who took his own life on April 20, 2018. He was only 28 years old. All revenue from SOS […]
Ryan Reynolds’ transformation from Deadpool to, uh, Pikachu appears to be an unexpectedly roaring success.
Whether it’s discovering new underground acts or indulging a travel buzz, music fans demand an extraordinary experience from festivals these days. A festival no longer means piling into a field for a weekend and accepting the meagre facilities on offer. More often it’s a wallet-friendly trip to a different European country, to combine music with local culture, nightlife, sightseeing and gastronomic delights. From […]
The Colorado Avalanche will take on the San Jose Sharks after their victory in overtime over the Vegas Golden Knights.
mar´ij : Introduction, Scope and Viewpoint of the Present Article 1. Marriage among the Hebrews 2. Betrothal the First Formal Part 3. Wedding Ceremonies 4. Jesus’ Sanction of the Institution 5. His Teaching concerning Divorce LITERATURE It would be interesting to study marriage biologically and sociologically, to get the far and near historical and social […]
Surely we ought to be giants, living in such a country as this. The playwright, Anton Chekhov, was remarking on his own country. He prefaced the remark with The Lord God has given us vast forests, immense fields, wide horizons . . . Such a country is Russia. Such is Canada. Such is Goshen, where […]
Let’s see owned baseball on April 23, 2019 Earning Full WOBs: Franmil Reyes hit a pair of homers, driving in 3, to help the Padres double up the Mariners, 6-3. Luke Voit homered twice and walked as the Yankees held on to beat the Angels, 7-5. Zack Wheeler not only threw 7 shutout innings, allowing only […]
Only one Pacific team remains as we get set to open the second round of the Western Conference playoffs. Gone are the Vegas Golden Knights and Calgary Flames, both suffering first round heartbreak in different ways. For the Flames, it was a complete disappointment that featured little fight and no-show performances from some of their […]
[This essay was written in March/April 2018 as part of the Geopoetics seminar at Goldsmiths College, I have decided to serialise it and post it here so that it can live on and maybe be useful to someone, rather than sitting on a USB stick. Some of the details around Seasteading are now out of […]
The OKC Thunder just make Shaquille O’Neal mad. All that talent, yes, but the big fella can’t believe they don’t play smarter. After Game 4 against the victorious Portland Trail Blazers, Shaq was frank about Russell Westbrook, Paul George and the whole Thunder style. “I don’t like the way the play,” Shaq said, adding that […]
The debate around which direction Danny is taking with the keepers has led some to speculate that Josh Vickers might be departing following his injury struggles. That’s not the case, with the popular young keeper signing a new one-year deal, hot on the heels of a similar move for Jason Shackell. Josh has shown himself […]
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