Assorted links

1. Drugging the political opposition.

2. The substantive bottom line.

3. Did Hitler and Lenin ever play chess?  Probably not I say.

4. Markets in everything: how good is your book? non-published Kirkus reviews for indie authors.

5. How to make restaurant visits worthwhile: bill them for your time.

6. Is there a cupcake bubble?

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Re 1.: Is this any more sinister than mandatory 12 years learning official history, official ethics, etc.?

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RE#1:, Serenity called, it wants its reavers back.

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2. That's why I come here. It's my daily inoculation against the majority of daily life that is signaling B.S. Everyone says "it's the same everywhere." It's not. And if it the same almost everywhere it will be my life's work to find some place that isn't.

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Restaurant visit time: But sometimes a person wants the service to be slower. You might have a date or someone you want to discuss business with. You manage to get them to the dinner table. Slow service would give you more time to have a conversation you want to have.

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