Unrequired Reading: Feb. 12, 2010

It’s a non-special un-Valentine’s edition of Unrequired Reading! Just click “more”!

Funny/bizarre interview with Matt Labash.

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Newly released 9/11 photos: because you can always be sadder.

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Unless you’re Roy Williams.

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Finally, someone chills out about Twitter and the “death of the book” already!

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I’m going with a Ulysses in which you meander around a virtual Dublin and try to score with Molly.

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Kinda beautiful montage of the movies of the decade.

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Lousy fractals! Now I’ve got The Soup Dragons playing in my head. Grr.

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I had a very different idea of what a Brazilian Blow Out would be like, but this is good, too.

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“The Toyota Decontenting” doesn’t sound like a Robert Ludlum title, sadly.

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Whatcha doon? Just hangin’.

One Reply to “Unrequired Reading: Feb. 12, 2010”

  1. I seem to recall Utah having a problem similar to India’s when Gary Gilmore opted for execution by firing squad. As the death penalty had only recently been ruled Constitutional (again), they had no certified marksmen in the Department of Corrections and had to call for volunteers.

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