The chances are slim, but Russia could build a rail from New York to Paris!

Meet the Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell, the first mass-produced hydrogen car. There are, however, safety concerns.

Sonny Bunch argues – convincingly, though I’m an easy sell – that basic cable’s constraints are a boon to creativity. For TV shows, anyway.

Sitcoms are generally struggling these days, but Jusef Adalian says that actually may not be such a bad thing for sitcom-lovers. If expectations are lowered by the networks, there may be more room for smarter comedies.

DHL (which is still around, apparently?) pranked UPS into free advertising.

People like to argue that retailers could actually increase profits by paying their employees more. Adam Ozimek explains why this is unlikely.

I’m not the biggest fan of Apple, and think that the iPhone revolution did harm in addition to good, but I do congratulate them on the innovation that was the App Store.

Republicans have a talent gap. I recently cited an article about how they pay fewer employees more. According to Patrick Ruffini and others, they need to hire more people.

The politics of the raw milk wars.

Louisiana has displaced California as the movie-making capital of the world (or at least the continent).

The banks were regulated, and banks got cheaper. The skies were deregulated, and flying is safer.

Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe talks about our college fixation.

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4 Responses to Linkluster Bismuth Subsalicylate in Pepto Bismol Caplets

  1. superdestroyer says:

    The Republicans have a talent gap because 90% of the Ivy League students are liberal Democrats. There are many career paths for liberal Democrats such as academia and think takes that are closed off to conservatives. The left can afford huge entourages because there are plenty of jobs. The few who make a living on the right have fewer options and want fewer competitors.

    Politics is breaking down to a fight between Ivy League graduates and state school drop outs. Is there any question why the left always wins.

    • trumwill says:

      Not dropouts, necessary, but I do think the state vs private college distinction is a thing.

      One of the things the article points out is that Democrats have found a way to make a career out of the political work. While Republican operatives do have choices, on the activism side, that’s part of the problem. They churn more quickly and are keeping an eye on their exit. Democrats are saying “Hey, you can do this for the rest of your life” while it’s assumed that Republicans won’t.

  2. DHL (which is still around, apparently?) pranked UPS into free advertising.

    DHL pulled out of the American market, but they’re still present in the rest of the world. Of course, it helps that DHL is owned by Deutsche Post, and they can deliver to places that aren’t so friendly to Americans like Cuba.

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