That seems like a lot of rabies.
Jake Silverstein gets the profile treatment from Capital ahead of taking over as editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine.
Gary Smith is retiring from Sports Illustrated. There’s not a single bad place to dive into the archive of his years of features, though this is a good place to start. Or this. Or this. Or this. Or this.
Oh yeah, unions are all well and good for a watchdog until its own employees try to form one.
And so begins the real speculation of who will take over from Craig Ferguson in 2015.
“Like many narcos, he was suspicious of satellite phones, because most of the companies that manufacture them are American and the devices are relatively easy for law-enforcement officials to compromise. But the BlackBerry is made by a Canadian company, and Guzmán felt more comfortable using one.” How El Chapo, the world’s most notorious drug kingpin, was captured.
”E.T. is the face of this dig … but there are a lot of corpses.”
“While it is as yet impossible to say who that voice actually belongs to, I have to admit that the person in question certainly made some compelling points.” The Onion gives us Donald Sterling on the Donald Sterling affair.
Even The Simpsons at its worst is not quite as worst as everyone else’s worsts.
Happy Ed Balls Day!
The case against Canada as a world citizen, from (wait for it) The Lancet.