Monday, September 16, 2013

Watch it in slo mo!

What’s Needed in the Next Fed Chief

Krugman Activate!

Pixies EP-1 Review


MGMT Review


Bill McKibben: “Being green won’t solve the problem”


David Brooks is constantly wrong


The one big mistake people make about Salinger and Catcher in the Rye.


The Tea Party’s inspiration: A tax revolt that destroyed California


Is war with Iran inevitable?


Herpes-Infected Monkeys Invade Florida

golden mantled ground squirrel,

Rescue Efforts To Resume In Flooded Colorado; More Rain Due


Greece hit by new wave of strikes


Summers pulls out of US Fed race


Three Reasons Christina Romer Should Be Fed Chair


S Korea kills man swimming to North


Slow-motion world for small animals

Today’s Videos:
Sleigh Bells - Bitter Rivals

The Bee Gees - He's a Liar

"He's a Liar" was the first single from The Bee Gees album Living Eyes released in 1981. It had been approximately 2 years (an eternity in that era) since the last Bee Gees single had been released and although this song sounded nothing like the Bee Gees' disco-era singles, the backlash had pigeonholed the Bee Gees as a disco act and radio stations were reluctant to play any new Bee Gees music. After 6 consecutive number-one singles, "He's a Liar" barely cracked the top 40, peaking at #30 in the US, which was a far cry from the dizzying heights of their success in the late '70s. -wiki

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