Weekend link dump for August 30

Apparently, strep throat killed Mozart.

Eric Bruntlett’s game-ending unassisted triple play.

The publisher of “Reader’s Digest” has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

It’s a good question: How do you deal with mass market crankery? We may need a Genius Grant for this one.

Funny, isn’t it, how many of the people that are now decrying the evils of government-run health insurance are themselves the beneficiaries of government-run health insurance?

Almost as funny as the number of “deathers” who demanded the government make the decision about whether or not Terry Schiavo lived or died.

Behold, the power of the marketplace.

Once again, the reason so many politicians – and, it must be said, political pundits – lie is because there are no consequences for it.

The kilogram isn’t what it used to be.

For that matter, bipartisanship isn’t what it used to be, either.

And for those who like things in threes, the placebo effect isn’t what it used to be.

“Torture lite” is still wrong.

It’s not easy being green, if you’re a university in Texas.

Coming to the Heights – Burgerzilla.

Save the Burt Reynolds Museum! Honestly, I can’t believe I even have to ask.

Remembering Washington Avenue as it used to be.

Jonah Goldberg is a jerk.

Hey, Jonah. Go tell Woody and his family that health care reform isn’t needed and the status quo is just peachy. Go ahead, I triple-dog dare you.

Sen. Kennedy gets the last word.

Second-hand second-rate culture war hackery.

How to buy a car.

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