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- It remains a mystery (not really) why, as police tactics get harsher, pre-raid investigation and planning is ever more carelesss. “Sorry m’am. Wrong house.”
- Scott Greenfield adds his take on the NYT’s wet dream of having banks monitor our politically incorrect transactions.
- The North Korean government owes $501 million to the Warmbier family for torturing their son to death. S’pose they’ll pay up?
- Think FEMA is incompetent? FEMA knows it is. (But central planning wouldn’t improve one iota if employees were better trained.)
- American Colin O’Brady has become the first person ever to cross Antarctica solo and unaided. He’s now waiting for his British rival to catch up to him so they can celebrate together. (From the mileage given, I don’t think these guys are crossing the continent at its widest part. But still …)
- Is the moon doing weirder things to attract attention, here in the Selfie Age? Or are astronomy geeks the attention seekers? Next month they say we’re going to have a “super blood wolf moon eclipse.” I’ve lived a long time and never heard of such a thing.
- I seriously doubt, even in this narcissistic day, that selfie wrist is a worrisome medical condition.
- Because you asked: The world’s greatest expert on this subject (yes, there apparently actually is one) explains why American Jews eat Chinese food on Christmas.
- Whodathunkit? Add Dennis Quaid to the short roster of normal, sane, tolerant human beings in Hollywood.