Bernardo Aparicio Garcia writes about live in Pablo Escobar’s Colombia.
Michael McShane looks at Tiny Schools. The questions about scalability seem valid, but I would love for us to have a regime to enable them.
Contrary to my view a decade ago, I think there may be a justification for public spending on stadia and the like (at least, so long as we allow professional leagues their extortion), but according to a new study it really isn’t so.
Noah Feldman talks about how the Soviets stole a Van Gogh.
Here’s a year-long road-trip you can take if you are insanely passionate about 70-degree weather.
The Greeks say “No Smoking sign? I don’t see no No Smoking sign.”
Fewer Americans are getting married in churches.
Oooh, and annotated map of Middle-earth!
Maybe we would have better infrastructure if it didn’t cost so much.
If you walk a mile in someone’s shoes, you will… become judgmental as hell.
Creepy-arse stuff like “spiders the sizes of puppies” are supposed to be in Australia, not the Americas!
Norwegians are all about ghost-hunting.
How prisons fleece prisoners and their families.
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