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June 6th, 2005 · No Comments · Manila Home Page Archive

The Culture of Aquaculture: What is Organic? sautewednesday

Ike Turner’s Guide to Restoring America’s Honor – classic mcsweeney’s

  • Management Disinformation:
    Dusty Baker, The Cubs, Shock & Awe, Derrek Lee

  • The Cubs Bullpen By Situation:
    Dusty Baker’s Credibility & Marketing Acumen

  • Lou Piniella’s Existential Fix:
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    Spooning w/ the big boys. coolfer

    Report Presses Easy Ways to Fix Airline Security nytimes

    Interview: Bob Brower (of the Scott Boras Corp.) perfectgameusa
    Meet Kurt Suzuki; Future A’s Catcher athleticsnation
    Power Outage: Where’d all the home runs go? jstark
    Leading Men
    “Look, there are only about 10 pitchers in our entire league who get hitters out in the strike zone. The rest get hitters out of the zone…”

    Two Decades of Burning Man sfgate

    David Byrne on the the transformation of music:
    “So when music as a product, as a consumable object, is subverted and undermined by technology and by its own success, then maybe we have come full circle. Maybe if music is no longer seen as an object, but as pure information, data, sound waves, then the object becomes at best a mere delivery device, and weíre back to viewing music as an experience, albeit still one that other people produce.”
    The Record Effect newyorker

    2001: The Nonverbal Dictionary

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