Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Tuesday's links and art


"Leviathan" mixed media work by North Carolina artist Darren Tayloe (posted on Twitter).


The author of The Spike,  Arnaud de Borchgrave, has died.  Jesse Walker says, "The Spike was arguably the most influential conspiracy novel of the last 40 years."



Surviving social justice.  Haven't looked at this site lately, but it's named for a book by guess who. 

The spoof that fooled the Associated Press.  "He attempted his first official presidential act: the introduction of a bill requiring all visitors to the White House to do the Mexican Hat Dance with his 700-pound sister Rebecca while he, munching on his trademark sack of chocolate donuts, watched." People really thought this was real? 

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