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Rob Delaney Live

Rob Delaney is bringing his hit stand-up show Meat back to London.

More Meat will run at the Leicester Square Theatre on eight nights between July 5th and 15th. 34 more words


Cyclone Debbie - Up Close and Personal - A Young Adjuster's View of a Cyclone

After Cyclone Debbie brought significant damage and disruption to homes and businesses in Australia and New Zealand, Crawford’s surge response saw dozens of our most experienced adjusters dispatched far and wide. 291 more words


Crawford & Company Response to Tropical Cyclone Debbie, 13 April 2017

The aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Debbie brought with it significant damage to the Queensland coastal regions from Mackay to the Whitsundays. Heavy rain has caused localised flooding in areas around Rockhampton and in northern New South Wales around Lismore and Murwillumbah. 235 more words


The FCC Is Leading Us Toward Catastrophe –

(Source: backchannel.com)

The FCC Is Leading Us Toward Catastrophe

Chairman Pai is trusting cable and telcos to do the right thing. Bad news for anyone who wants accessible internet. 1,162 more words



From this interview with Michael Tolkin.

We have suffered catastrophes throughout history. Do you think our current one can be corrected?

So the story goes that Max Brod, Kafka’s friend and biographer, asked Kafka, “Franz, is there hope?” And Kafka answered, “Oh yes, Max, there’s plenty of hope, an infinity of hope — but not for us.” We’re an omnivorous, territorial, and essentially lazy ape that gathers in bands to steal from others, or force them to work for us, and then sing about it and sometimes even feel bad about how bad we are, but still, you know, go on more with the bad than the good.

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Weekend Stream: 'The Way He Looks,' a Gem From Netflix's Gay & Lesbian Section

Welcome to “Weekend Stream,” where every Friday, Darian Lusk — comedian and writer living large in Brooklyn — will gently recommend something new and exciting to stream, listen to or play over the weekend. 799 more words