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When I was about 12 years old, I was poking around one of the bookshelves in our house and found a paperback called The Naked Ape. The book, which examines humans as a species and compares them to other animals, had been an instant best-seller upon its publication in 1967 and was enormously . . . → Read More: The Uni-verse Is Broken, but Not Because It Has Failed
Craig Calcaterra of NBC’s Hardball Talk provided a a preview of last night’s World Series opening ceremonies and had some interesting analysis regarding the degree of “patriotic” and military-themed displays:
[L]ast year was way more over the top. Last year the Commissioner’s visit by Bud Selig was of a local veteran’s group, accompanied . . . → Read More: Could the Ratchet Be Turning the Other Way?
[Editor’s Note: Special day here at Uni Watch, as we’ll have two posts instead of our usual one. Our usual Monday-morning NFL roundup and the Ticker will be posted later this morning. For now, enjoy this World Series-themed entry. — PL]
Some World Series match-ups lend themselves to snappy names and obvious . . . → Read More: Mets vs. Royals: The Strip Tease