Tag Archives: Mark Sisson

Gluten-Free: Surging? Peaking? Declining?

Paleo Retiree writes: Back when I worked for a major media outlet, we staffers would sometimes joke┬áthat there was no better guarantee that a trend had gone past its peak and begun its decline than being chosen by our magazine … Continue reading

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Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: Lincoln: Saint who set free the black people, or dastardly creator of the suffocating, over-centralized modern state? Love this Mickey Spillane paperback bookcover. Some wonderful Japanese prints of nudes. Russian women apparently enjoy being objectified. Imagine that. … Continue reading

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Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: Secrets of Princeton. As a PU grad, I’ll vouch for the accuracy of this one. Lloyd Fonvielle is inspired by a book about the West by Frederick Law Olmstead, a great American artist best-known as the co-designer … Continue reading

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Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: Dark Enlightenment Link Du Jour. People have funny talents. A wonderful tribute (by Daniel Menaker) to the Irish and, especially,┬átheir gift of gab. Evo-bio bigwig Geoffrey Miller is interviewed about whether China is engineering genius babies. Young … Continue reading

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Linkathon

Paleo Retiree writes: This Kevin Lamb mini-memoir of life at Newsweek parallels my own experience at the magazine almost exactly. Steve Sailer wants to know, how real is “stereotype threat”? Wheat has changed a lot since the 1960s. Paleo/Primal guru … Continue reading

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