Saturday, August 04, 2007
Family Guy - Fire truck!
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
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The Crazy Kayaker
Mississippi Challenge 2007
This summer, I got to realize a childhood dream. I completed a 1,704 mile kayak trip on the Mississippi river. My adventure started at St. Paul, MN on May 13, 2007, and I reached New Orleans on July 11, after 59 days on the river.
All my life I have known that one day I will meet this river, and get to know its people, its places and its history, in an up-close and personal way. I can think of few more intimate ways than to make my way downstream in a kayak, paddle in hand, at the river's own pace. To have its powerful waters an eighth of an inch away from my bottom; to be able to reach out and touch it by lowering my hand a few inches, and to let the river take me where it wants me to go, as fast or as slowly as it wants to.
Monday, July 30, 2007
Legal News and Legal Help: Class action news
Murketing.com is a project of R. Walker. That's me. It is descended from an earlier project called the Journal of Murketing (the term "murketing" dates to this article from Outside Magazine, about Red Bull), an email newsletter that I discontinued partly because too many people signed up for it. Also because I was busy: "Consumed," a weekly column I write for The New York Times Magazine, made its first appearance in January 2004, and it takes up a lot of my time.
This is my Taiwan
Dan Nainan Stand Up Comedy for 1400 People!
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The Daily Cartoonist
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Sunday, July 29, 2007
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Matthew Yglesias is an Associate Editor of The Atlantic Monthly. His first book, with the working title Heads in the Sand: Iraq and the Strange Death of Liberal Internationalism, scheduled to be published next spring by John Wiley and co., deals with the Democratic Party's struggle to find a post-9/11 foreign policy, focusing primarily on the rise and (hopefully) fall of the liberal hawk movement.
Previously, he was a staff writer at The American Prospect and an Associate Editor at TPM Media, where he contributed to the group blogs Tapped and TPMCafe. His main blog, now at The Atlantic, has existed in various forms since the dark ages of the blogosphere in January 2002.
His writing has appeared in The Guardian, Slate, The New Republic, The Washington Monthly and he is a regular on BloggingHeads.tv and makes the occasional radio or television appearance.
Desperately out of touch with the American mainstream, Yglesias was born and raised in Manhattan and studied philosophy at Harvard where he was editor in chief of The Harvard Independent, a campus alternative weekly.
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The Adventures of Accordion Guy in the 21st Century
Back in high school, after reading Space-Time and Beyond for the umpteenth time and drinking one too many zombies with my friend Henry, we came up with a theory:
In the infinite set of universes, there had to exist a particular universe in which the events in our lives were being watched as a TV show.
We then made a solemn vow to live the kind of life that got high ratings.
This is the continuation of that story.