Monthly Archives: June 2015

NBA basketball: a purist’s lament

Phil Jackson, president of the NBA’s New York Knicks, singles out Cleveland Cavalier LeBron James in a general lament about the state of the game: I watch LeBron James, for example. He might [travel] every other time he catches the … Continue reading

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Guilty for believing a lie

Computer science student Zach Anderson, 19, met a girl, 17, on the “Hot or Not?” app. He was from Elkhart, Indiana. She was 20 minutes over the border in Niles, Michigan. They hooked up. Once. But it turned out the … Continue reading

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Germany is dying

The Telegraph: Germany’s birth rate has collapsed to the lowest level in the world and its workforce will start plunging at a faster rate than Japan’s by the early 2020s, seriously threatening the long-term viability of Europe’s leading economy. A … Continue reading

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