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Yes, owls have big eyes. And they see things. Too many things. Things that no owl should ever have to see. pic.twitter.com/hIxi0Dh1mU— Nein. (@NeinQuarterly) February 16, 2015
Yes, owls have big eyes. And they see things. Too many things. Things that no owl should ever have to see. pic.twitter.com/hIxi0Dh1mU
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Learn something new everyday. Startle family and friends with amazing little-known facts.
Day 3: Three clearly indisputable observations about global wine consumption. (source: The Wine Institute)
January 04, 2015 | Permalink
Day two: When it comes to sour cherry production, Uzbekistan kicks Slovakia's butt. (source-FAO)
Learn something new everyday. Startle family and friends with amazing little-known facts
Day one: (source-FAO)
Steve Jones on evolution at the Royal Society
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The West Village Quartet playing for commuters in the subway at Grand Central this morning. A nice surprise.
January 18, 2014 | Permalink
Jess Walter: The Financial Lives of the Poets
Duncan Clarke: Africa's Future: Darkness to Destiny: How the past is shaping Africa's economic evolution
A Book of Luminous Things: An International Anthology of PoetryEnriched by the short intros to each poem, sometimes critical, provided by Milosz.
Isaac Deutscher: The Non-Jewish JewThis was a great help in kickstarting the escalator post and is worth reading even if you aren't interested in escalators.
Louis & Allen Ginsberg: Family Business: Selected Letters Between a Father and SonThis collection of letters illustrates superbly the tensions that inhere in two types of reconciliation: the parental desire to judge and protect; and the filial desire to plough one's own furrow while seeking parental approval for the results.
Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar PetersonLouis Armstrong: Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson
Various Artists: Till The Night is Gone: A Tribute to Doc Pomus
The Cool Crooners of Bulawayo: Blue Sky
The Best Of Bill Frisell - Volume 1: Folk SongsBill Frisell: The Best Of Bill Frisell - Volume 1: Folk Songs