Thursday, June 2, 2016

Morning Coffee (6/2/16)

Wow: Germany is set to recognize the 1915 slaughter of Armenians as genocide. (Turkey is unhappy, obviously, and it will be interesting to see what affect this has on current refugee/migrant issues.)

Reid on Sanders: "I think he better do a little mathing." HA.

‘I Can Watch It on TV’: Excuses for Republicans Skipping a Donald Trump Convention Make sure you read all the way to the bit about Judd Gregg. You know those politicians and their notorious avoidance of crowds!

I really really hope this is correct: Why I think Bernie Sanders will drop out and endorse Hillary Clinton soon

Some interesting background and perspective on the Brexit vote: Cameron's Folly

Bill Simmons's new site The Ringer is up and this from Jon Favreau was one of its interesting launch pieces: Barack Obama’s Last Stand

This story is crazy: A warning left on a nanny’s car. License plates stolen. And a top Pentagon official in big trouble.

MSNBC’s year of standing up straight

This radio story on the opening of the world's longest and deepest rail tunnel was surprisingly fascinating, and the fact that this project came in on time and within budget makes me want to move to Switzerland immediately. Such good planning!

Whoa. This is a big deal: 75 Percent of Networks Will Use C7 Advertising Metric for Upfront Deals

Heh: Sir…Sir! You Need to Call the ‘Other’ Time Warner

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