It June 17th, and this has been the best shave of the month. It nowhere near as bad as I remembered, but that may be more of a testament to the depths I plumbed this month, rather than an endorsement of Arko. At any rate, the smell was merely “poor” and the lather was just delightful happy Father Day to me!.
If you follow Team PCHH on Twitter, you know that a week ago, we all trekked up to Manhattan and saw Hamilton, which we intended to talk about on this week’s show. Unfortunately, I was struck down by the weirdest and most potent bout of laryngitis of my lifetime, and we had to postpone that show, which you’ll get next week. In the meantime, fortunately, we have three conversations featuring awesome people who have never been on PCHH before.
DREDZE: We look at Twitter, specifically. And it turns out that when people are sick or not feeling well, they often tweet about how they’re feeling. And if you look at millions of tweets like this, you can actually find patterns and use that figure out on a national level who is sick and who’s not.
P. F. Jones and Arnie Zane edited by Elizabeth Zimmer and Susan Quasha (Station Hill: $17.95, illustrated) CHARLES SOLOMONMY LEFT FOOT by Christie Brown (Mandarin: $6.95) CHARLES SOLOMONQUARTET by Jean Rhys (Carroll Graf: $7.95) CHARLES SOLOMON Crusoe KEITH LOVEFrom Cadet to Casualty : THE LONG GRAY LINE: The American Journey of West Point Class of 1966 by Rick Atkinson (Houghton Mifflin: $24.95; 592 pp.) Josiah Bunting III, Bunting served in Vietnam and taught at West Point.
With Mufti now handing in her resignation and no other contenders for government formation, governor’s rule is inevitable in the state. While this may help step up security operations, the nature of militancy has changed in the last few years with Kashmiri nationalism being replaced by a growing Islamist identity. Plus, there are no signs that Pakistan is willing to draw down its support from terrorism in Kashmir..
This is likely the most prevalent cause of photophobia. Healthy eyes produce tears to lubricate the cornea, the thin tissue covering the iris and pupillary area of the eye. A lack of lubrication causes changes in the cornea’s pain fibers, which may make them sensitive to bright lights.
In defending unpopular speech, Wolstencroft is not only being counter cultural but also promoting something increasingly rare in our ASIO threatened society: namely healthy debate. In addition, he is honouring Melburnians’ intellectual and political freedoms. However much I may dispute David Irving’s claims, I still want to be able to hear them..