May. 24th, 2017

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Finnegan's Wake (the song, that is.)

They certainly get to brawling fast, don't they? I get that the row and the ruckus has to start somehow, and that they're all a little into their cups by now, and Biddy sure is a buzzkill... but even so. I wonder if we're missing some important backstory here.


Science Says: Whale of a mystery solved? How they got so big

Why the Venus de Milo Has Extra-Long Second Toes

Capybara Loves All The Animals On Her Farm

Study shows snakes, thought to be solitary eaters, coordinate hunts

Gorgeous Artwork Shows Kids With Their Superhero Shadows and Will Warm Your Frozen Heart

Welsh Farmer Accidentally Creates World's Hottest Chili

How Women Mentors Make a Difference in Engineering (Relevant link to LJ)

How New York City Is Rediscovering Its Maritime Spirit

Migrants sweep their way to integration in rubbish-strewn Rome

Wolves need space to roam to control expanding coyote populations

Grasshopper Glacier

Nevertheless, He Persisted: Tales of Masculine Perseverance

Why we have more and more days without frost

Animals still in cages a year after Buenos Aires zoo closure

In the aftermath of disaster, Haitians ask what makes a city.

Why A Surgeon Taught A Non-Doctor To Do Brain Surgery

Without ID, Homeless Trapped in Vicious Cycle

Covering Standing Rock

The 'Muslim World' Does Not Exist

In Some Rural Counties, Hunger Is Rising, But Food Donations Aren't

Cocaine Is Destroying Forests in Central America

Kurdish independence in Iraq likely 'not if but when': U.S. general

The Deportation Fears of Immigrants With Disabled Children

Federal Agents Are Now Using ‘Stingrays’ to Track and Capture Undocumented Immigrants

The Disappearing Data Project

Dubious arrests, damaged lives: How shelters criminalize hundreds of children

Police Forces Are Sending A Message To Black Suburban Residents: You’re Not Wanted

They Outnumber Refugees But Don't Often Make Headlines

The Scramble for Post-ISIS Syria Has Officially Begun

20 million people are starving and the media only cares about Trump, says UN

The story of a decades-long lead-poisoning lawsuit in New Orleans illustrates how the toxin destroys black families and communities alike.


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