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Small Bluetooth Speakers

Paleo Retiree writes: Currently living out of suitcases in a small, furnished sublet far away from our usual city, my wife and I recently found ourselves craving a speaker. Earphone-listening is great but sometimes it’s fun to share music, and … Continue reading

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Back to … the Marshall McLuhan Future

Glynn Marshes writes: A couple days ago, University of Tennessee law professor Glenn Reynolds, a.k.a. the blogger Instapundit, penned a column for USA Today titled “Politicians benefit from American tribal warfare.” Tribalism, Reynolds writes, “is the default state of humanity.” … Continue reading

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Working Out at the Gym in 2014

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Sign of the Times

Paleo Retiree writes: “Daddy, what’s a film camera? And why are they so cheap?”

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Book-Reading Today

Paleo Retiree writes: Although these days I do probably 90% of my reading on the computer, and although I enjoy being a little irreverent about books — good Lord, can’t some people get mighty sentimental about books! — I’ve nonetheless … Continue reading

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Ben Franklin’s Eight Reasons for Dating Cougars

Enzo Nakamura writes: This sequence, from the newish video game, ASSASSIN’S CREED III, left me agape. At least we’re using technology to bring our forefather’s insights to the youth of today.

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Paleo Retiree writes: Harsh. The era’s most crucial debate rages on. Steve Sailer wonders what’s up with Harvard sociologist Robert Putnam. (Putnam has done studies showing that increasing “diversity” decreases trust levels in neighborhoods and societies — yet he remains a … Continue reading

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