Decriminalization of marijuana has been good for white tokers, but not so good for minority ones or drivers.

Though it sounds like he were other things going on, the diaper conviction is pretty unsettling and I’m glad it was reversed.

Adam Ozimek links for four studies that he says should have higher minimum wage advocates nervous.

Gotta give these youngsters credit for ingenuity. The commercial at the bottom is kind of goofy, though. (And aren’t such jammers supposed to be illegal?)

The LDS Church and BYU is working to address the tech gender gap.


In an “advice for the privileged” sort of way, this actually seems to largely be good advice.

In Slovenia, they expressly want to prevent smokers from switching to ecigarettes, while over here the Democrats are doing a good job reminding me why I’m not beating down their door right now.

Alyssa Rosenberg’s piece about free speech and smoking in movies is quite good. I do agree that it would be better if we could show less smoking, like I think it would be better if there were other things we showed less of, but the lawsuit needs to be strangled in its crib. {Yes, I’m aware the lawsuit is about movie ratings and not content per se. Even so.}

There may be a whole lot of nudity at the RNC this time around.

An anonymous congressman dishes the dirt, possibly stripping us of whatever earnestness we have on the state of congress. Yes, I will be buying this book. I hope that he uses fictitious states to preserve his anonymity!

I used to take pride in being a psychopath, apparently. On the other hand, if a particular friend hadn’t stayed friends with a particular ex, I never would have met my wife.

Idaho’s decision to drop down from FBS to FCS football was not surprising. The report that lead them to that conclusion is fascinating. I especially find interesting that a variation of my idea for the WAC was sort of taken seriously (sans NDSU/SDSU, plus NAU).

Maybe it’s just me, but I sort of imagine these Russians commenting with a smirk. Also, Trump and Putin sittin’ in a tree

Benjamin Morris looks at the internationalization of Sumo Wrestling. Uncle Steve comments.

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5 Responses to Linkluster Macon Bypass

  1. Oscar Gordon says:

    OMG The Kochs have reading our playbook!!!!

  2. Michael Cain says:

    Cell phone jammers are definitely illegal in the US. Not sure about the legality of Bluetooth jamming, but since it operates in the same spectrum as older wifi devices, you’ll probably also screw any wifi networks in the same general area. The phone numbers given at the end of the commercial are in India.

    • trumwill says:

      India makes sense! I’d assumed that such laws were universal, but that was a pretty stupid assumption given that it’s the product of how we view spectrum ownership.

  3. Kazzy says:

    Re: Diaper guy

    “The drivers called 911 and waited with the children for about one hour and 15 minutes, until two sheriff’s deputies responded at about 9:30 a.m.”

    That it took them an hour and 15 minutes to arrive strikes me as criminal itself. Maybe that is my urban/suburban bias showing but eash.

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