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Friday Stuff

27 of the Strangest Sports You’ll Ever See.

100+ Funny Photos Taken At Unusual Angles.

The Antikythera Mechanism: Quest to Decode the Secret of the 2,000 Year Old Computer.

Excellent video — Indian Superman with subtitles.

Tactile illusions: Seven ways to fool your sense of touch.

The next Google?

Computer programmer who lost a finger in an accident replaced it with a prosthetic — with a built-in USB drive.

Where does consciousness come from?

BBC: Wizard of Oz as an economic parable.

Flying Cars.


Borat star fools Alabama National Guard.

What does it feel like to freeze?

What goes on inside a computer’s brain when it plays chess.

Update on the Four Color Problem: Including cellphones, cliques, holes, anti-holes, and perfect graphs.

Pub is closed by Monty Python grenade.

24 Ridiculously Expensive Everyday Items.

Military Laser Hits Battlefield Strength.

A four-foot long giant sea worm.

Jonah Goldberg — Jonah Goldberg holds the Asness Chair in Applied Liberty at the American Enterprise Institute and is a senior editor of National Review. His new book, The Suicide of The West, is on sale now.

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Politics & Policy

Kat Timpf Chased Out of Brooklyn Bar

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Film & TV

The Dan Crenshaw Moment

Given the spirit of our times, things could have gone so differently. On November 3, when Saturday Night Live comic Pete Davidson mocked Texas Republican Dan Crenshaw’s eye patch, saying he looked like a “hit man in a porno movie” — then adding, “I know he lost his eye in war or whatever” — it was a ... Read More

The Present American Revolution

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Florida’s Shame, and Ours

Conspiracy theories are bad for civic life. So are conspiracies. I wonder if there is one mentally normal adult walking these fruited plains -- even the most craven, abject, brain-dead partisan Democrat -- who believes that what has been going on in Broward County, Fla., is anything other than a brazen ... Read More

Fire Brenda Snipes

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