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An Angel Flashing the Middle Finger In a 1930s Cartoon?

by PJ Lifestyle Cartoon at Noon

After exploring all 75 of Disney’s Silly Symphony cartoons during the spring and over 30 Fleischer Studio shorts this summer we now consider the darker work of Ub Iwerks this fall. This first Willie Whopper short, ”The Air Race,” appeared in 1933 and featured a different character design.

10 Reasons I’m Proud to Be A Jew

by Bethany Mandel

Stick it to the antisemites with these reasons why Jews have many reasons to be proud.

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Are Video Games Sexist?

The Factual Feminist Christina Hoff Sommers looks at a culture that’s changed since the days of Pac Man.

A Delightful Driving Hyperlapse Sunset from Jakarta

by PJ Lifestyle Sunshine

Please email in your sunrise and sunset photos and hyperlapses: PJLifestyleSunshine [@] gmail.com.

Willie Whopper Steals Neptune’s Crown

by PJ Lifestyle Cartoon at Noon

After exploring all 75 of Disney’s Silly Symphony cartoons during the spring and over 30 Fleischer Studio shorts this summer we now consider the darker work of Ub Iwerks this fall. This short, ”Davy Jones’ Locker” appeared December 9, 1933.

What Innovations Will iMedicine Bring?

Apple is not commenting on how it will go beyond just fitness tracking.

10 Things You Should Know About the Comics Code

The Salt Lake City Comic Con featured a fascinating panel discussion about how the industry’s self-censorship shaped the medium and what forces ultimately undid it.

A Cute, Beautiful Hyperlapse of Kids Dancing at Sunrise as Waves Crash on St Augustine Beach

by PJ Lifestyle Sunshine

Please email in your sunrise and sunset photos and hyperlapses: PJLifestyleSunshine [@] gmail.com.

The Top 10 Things Lucas Got Right in the Star Wars Prequels

They weren’t all bad.

Top 10 Best Animated TV Shows of All Time

Did your childhood favorite make the list?

The Chemical So Nice They Evolved it Twice

Here’s your feel-good story of the day.

Why Everyone Isn’t Special, as Told by the Iliad

by Spencer Klavan

In democracy, there are no participation trophies.

Robot Cheetah Sounds Like An Animated TV show For Grownups, But No

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136 Kathy Shaidle Articles That Expand Your Appreciation of Life and Culture

Here’s your comprehensive introduction to an exciting polemical voice and clear-eyed critical vision from one of my favorite writers.

HBO's Terror at the Mall: The Right Film at the Right Time

A documentary not about pundit commentary, but about chilling footage from dozens of security cameras.

When Is a Public Health Emergency Really an Emergency?

by Theodore Dalrymple

You’ll never guess what cause of death has inspired Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick to seize more state power.

15 Songs Millennials Must Listen to in Order to Understand the 1980s

If you want to know the ’90s, listen to the ’80s.

What Is Your Take on Singles Now Outnumbering the Married?

The United Singles of America.

Bodyfat and Age: Just How Important Is Thin?

by Mark Rippetoe

Think rationally, not subjectively, about bodyfat.

A Hyperlapse Sunset Video in Vladivostok, Russia with an Aphex Twin Soundtrack

by PJ Lifestyle Sunshine

Please email in your sunrise and sunset photos and hyperlapses: PJLifestyleSunshine [@] gmail.com.

Individuals, Collectivities, And Teleological Traps

Long, long ago (though in this galaxy), when I was more active in political outreach, I was invited to talk to a college class in political science about the moral analysis of political action. My opening wedge was the concept of progress.

If Jack the Ripper Was Jewish, Does It Matter?

The evidence presented in a new book sounds dubious, but that won’t stop some people from blaming the Jews. As usual.