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Magny Cours 1992

Young Schumacher crashed into Senna badly. Senna already was a living legend by that time.

Monza 2000

When Schumacher scored 41 victories, like Senna, who was killed in Imola 1994. 16 more words

A Twitter With Birds in a Powder Room

The homeowner was ecstatic with this cute and lively wallpaper. In fact, she said she has other bird-themed accents for her home (like framed Audubon prints), and worries that people might call her the “Crazy Bird Lady.” Well, no fear of that! 175 more words

jane jacobs: citizen economist

We tend to take it for granted that nature—being basic to everything—is the place to begin when we try to understand regional economies. The given natural attributes of a region certainly do explain much about subsistence economies: why some people eat seals and caribou while others eat dates and goats; why herders in some places stay put beside their fields while others traipse back and forth between summer and winter pastures; why some people shelter in thatch and mats while others build with stone and timber; why some spin wool, others cotton, and so on. 38 more words

Shakespeare Week.

Shakespeare Week!

When I was a kid, I never got Shakespeare.

So much so, that if I am being totally honest, he actually used to make my head hurt. 610 more words

Trump, Sanders, Corbyn, Geoff, and Me.

Back in the dim and distant past, when I used to sell trucks for a living, there used to be a thing Geoff my boss used to call: “Customer Relationship Maintenance.” 1,117 more words

Softball roundup: Schumacher one-hitter leads John Jay

Freshman pitcher Megan Schumacher’s one-hit shutout over five innings led the John Jay softball team over visiting Carmel High School, 18-0, on Wednesday.

Schumacher struck out seven batters and walked one. 476 more words

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Jacques Says 'Shut Up F1 Drivers'

By Autosport

Formula 1 drivers should “shut up” and not interfere with the rule-making because it is not their job, says 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve. 297 more words

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