Month: July 2019

  • Pete Buttigieg & Structural Change

    While it’s important to talk about the issues, they are all just ideas and plans until we have a debate about the structure of our political system – that is what is limiting our ability to make real changes that will stick. Here’s Mayor Pete from last night’s debate: [This is] the conversation that we […]

  • The week that was (07-26-19)

    The week that was (07-26-19)

    Quirky stories from the week prior.

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Quirky stories from the week prior.

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    A rooster in France was hauled into court for crowing too loudly during the early morning hours. An Uber pulled up to a wildlife rehabilitation center in Utah with a single passenger, a baby Lesser Goldfinch bird. Tim Crowley came across the bird when he was drinking with his friends and was too drunk to […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    In preparation for all-electric double-decker buses, Transport for London commissioned new sounds that will alert people when these new, much quieter, buses are approaching. Bubbling noises and intermittent bleeps were voted down as “too spaceshippy” in favor of a canned recording of the old Routemaster bus which could be heard “a mile off.” It was […]