The April 14 newsletter covers the far-future nuclear hazard warning and its misuses plus the commemoration of various highly-esteemed deeds and locations.
Today’s newsletter is about aggressive truck design, stoned owls, low-end decorative art, and metaphorical monkeys, all enlivened with Cat Power lyrics.
Today’s newsletter is about cars & guns, with recommended reading about drum machines & accessories, Christian dominionist politics, and environmental NIMBYism, with soundtrack suggestions. Also there are some cats.
This week’s newsletter covers violent rhetoric, turbulent priests, and the similarities between opportunity hoarding and motorsports regulation. Also some cats, a drug lord, and ghosts.
Here’s what I’ve been reading lately: nonfiction, a lovely sci-fi novella about tea and robots, some infuriating news, some very silly news, and some excellent newsletters. Also some puppies.
Today’s newsletter is a few weeks late, but it comes up with some good news, some bad news, revisiting a seminal hip-hop album at 20, some Twitter jokes and a cockatoo.
Here are some good articles and stuff, about Lil Nas X, Jason Sudeikis, a dude in Canada who has foresworn money, a bartender in Maine with a hell of a backstory, and more. Also a dog with a funny nose.
This week’s newsletter explores the moral peril of being a sports fan with a close look at my personal favorite, motorcycle racing.