Thursday, May 05, 2022

Friday Links!

Have a great weekend, everybody!

Leading off this week, a heartbreaking and infuriating piece of history: 50 years on, the lessons of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study still reverberate.

From Wally, and to be fair, it did look relaxing: Sea Lion Comes on Land, Swims in Pool and Steals Man's Chair. Is anyone really surprised by this level of stupid? NFT Group Buys Copy Of Dune For €2.66 Million, Believing It Gives Them Copyright. This was remarkably poorly considered: Steam Engines Collide Head On | Last Moments

From C. Lee, and it's fascinating: The idea of primitive communism is as seductive as it is wrong. This is as interesting as it is incomplete: Visualizing the Distribution of Household Wealth, By Country. In the U.S., about ten people hold a vast percentage of that $29. This is excellent: Was It Hershey or Reese That Made Peanut Butter Cups Great? I had no idea: Why Is Iceland So in Love With Licorice? Also, the potential risks: Dangers of Black Licorice. I mean, she's not wrong: Jurassic World’s profound impact on 4-year-old girl is beyond cute

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