Has your meal or drink at a drive-through window been paid for by the customer ahead of you? Have you turned around and paid for the next person? Do you think these trends are based on generosity or guilt? Go »
Making School Rule
Soon kids going off on summer vacation might be singing "no more laptops, no more pens, no more teacher's mean IMs." A high school in Arizona is about to become the first to go all-laptop, no-textbook: (link) It seems to me that education would be a lot b Go »
Parting with Partisanism
After twenty years of reading it daily, I have reached a point where I can no longer stomach The A.V. Club, the pop culture website. I have long enjoyed their humor and very good taste, and accepted that they would occasionally snark about something unhip Go »
Political Caption, May 16th
Here's the new one this week, Alan Greenspan. (Next week I'll integrate it into the site.) Go »
This news article (link) hypes the degree to which the crowd was angry, based on the much calmer account that I read initially. But I still find the story interesting, because I fucking hate Ali G. Go »
When I sat down before class yesterday, the woman to my left started chatting with me like she usually does. She asked how my Wednesday had been. Go »
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For the game's 20th anniversary, we're recreating the 20 most influential goos that changed the game forever. Can you solve them the second time around? After you solve each goo, refresh the page to learn more about its place in game history.
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