Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Morning Coffee (5/4/16)

Me elsewhere: I liked the idea of Houdini & Doyle but the actual show was pretty bad. Also, Branagh on Wallander and Tuesday's Daily Read.

Donald Trump Will Be the Republican Nominee for President. Don’t Ever Get Used to It.

"New data on the emotional engagement and effectiveness of different campaign messages suggests that it’s far easier to drive down support for Mr. Trump by highlighting the derogatory things he has said about women than it is to drive up support for Mrs. Clinton by talking about her as a strong woman."

Not that it mitigates the horror of destruction, of course, but this is neat: Palmyra Arch Replica Is Unveiled in Trafalgar Square in London

What You Need to Know About Britain’s Raging Anti-Semitism Scandal

Leicester City’s Impossible, Anomalous Championship

Obama's "Trudge up the Hill" joke wasn't really about Hillary. It was a Bernie Sanders dig.

I got into Hamilton just late enough that the first printing of the book was sold out. (I have it on order. It'll come eventually. Not like there aren't hundreds of other books in my apartment waiting to be read.)

The Forgotten Lessons of the American Eugenics Movement

Best headline ever? China Bans Rich Kids From Reality TV to Avoid Embarrassing State, Parents

The Men Who Email Me

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