CatTakesOffThe Economist looks at the cost and payoff of college and asks is it worth it? As with most things, higher education would be a better value if it were less expensive, but getting from here to there is easier said than done.

It’s good to be a business grad.

Jordan Weissman isn’t against raising the minimum wage, but thinks Seattle’s $15 proposal is a bad idea.

SeaWorld’s trainers are no longer allowed in the water with orcas.

The Yakuza, Japan’s famous crime syndicate, has a website and theme song.

The Japanese Ministry of Education is going to start conducting meetings in English.

What’s the matter with Illinois? The poll on who wants to leave whichever state they live in is quite interesting. Illinois, which also topped the list of states where faith in government was least, tops this list as well.

Some western Americans are worried that Obama is planning to monument up some western land.
Archaeologists are looking at why the vikings abandoned Greenland. It turns out, they may have just wanted to go home.

Kaitlin Thomas didn’t like the finale of How I Met Your Mother. Dan Hajducky did, though, and explains why. I was going to write a post on this before realizing that almost almost nobody I know online was watching it.

I agree with Alan Sepinwall, the US version of House of Cards doesn’t hold up particularly well on reviewing and reconsideration.

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2 Responses to Linkluster Electoral Votes to Victory

  1. Kirk says:

    I watched a few episodes of “How I Met Your Mother,” but got tired of it after just a short while. I have a low tolerance for “young people in the city” shows.

  2. Abel Keogh says:

    I suspect the Obama administration will put up 3 new national monuments in Utah. Makes we wish Utah had the Wyoming and Alaska exemption and that this stuff was left to Congress.

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