The signed Bible, which is an edition of the King James Version, is currently being sold by California-based memorabilia company Moments in Time with a starting bid of just $37,500. It’s unclear how the auction house managed to get a hold of the holy book. … [Read more...] about For God’s Sake
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Don’t fall for this distraction Picture this: You’re looking at your phone. (Hard to imagine, I know.) Suddenly, a piece of sensational news floats across the transom. It seems intriguing. You’re about to devote the full breadth of your attention to it, for upward of 10 minutes. Thankfully, a well-meaning and deeply serious Twitterer arrives just in the nick of time to let you know that this sensational story is merely a distraction from an empirically more important story. You almost fell victim to the hazard of paying attention to the wrong thing. Had you gone with your instinct, the distractors would have won. But thanks to the warning of a good Samaritan who has never been distracted by anything, the distractors lost and were never heard from again. The end. … [Read more...] about It’s time to impeach these 7 tired responses to the torrent of Trump news
The paper published cartoons and drawings. The most popular cartoon feature was "Helpful Hints," such as "Never Stop A Shell With Your Helmet." Many of the other drawings were by Charles Dana Gibson, who later gained fame as the creator of the "Gibson Girls." … [Read more...] about ‘Your paper, first, last and for all time’: How Stars and Stripes became a wartime force
His haters — himself included, at least during moments like the above soliloquy — may be numerous, but living well is the proverbial best revenge, and it seems like Landis has been finding his center as he rises. After a recent breakup, he shaved his distinctive rainbow-dyed hair (“The truth is, is that I’m a bombastic enough motherfucker that I don’t need to wear rainbows every day to let everyone know that”) and got a bicep tattoo of four mysterious symbols (“If you can’t read it, I’m not going to tell you what it says,” he tells me; after I incorrectly guess, he sticks to his promise and just sarcastically claims that it spells “ARBY” in honor of the fast-food chain). He says he’s trying to make his scripts tighter and more specific, so they can’t be so easily misinterpreted by directors and warped in the finished product. In general, it seems like he’s trying to err more toward being focused … [Read more...] about Who’s Afraid of Max Landis?
Spielberg, co-founder of Dreamworks Animation, directed The Post in 2017, a film which centres on a battle between the press and the government and last year he was the executive producer of a documentary which explored humans capacity for “hatred” and how to overcome it. … [Read more...] about The Money Trail: Who is Backing Joe Biden for the White House With Cold, Hard Cash and Why?