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Talaria: The winged sandals of Hermes, the messenger of the gods and the god of messengers.
Talaria: The winged sandals of Hermes, the messenger of the gods and the god of messengers.

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CozyPhones Review/Giveaway
CozyPhones Review/Giveaway
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What part of "public record" does Georgia not understand?

A man wants to make Georgia’s state code available to the public for free. Georgia labels him a “terrorist” and sues. Should be a clear-cut case. Read all about it here.
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I don’t believe there ever has been a “liberal media,” at least not in the way conservatives mean the phrase. This article is a good summary of why. 15 Things Americans Would Know If There Were a Liberal Media
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How the media can enable extremism

Heather Digby Parton has an excellent article in Salon, analyzing the extremism of the political right compared to the left, and touching on the media’s culpability in perpetuating a false equivalence between the two. Read it at Salon. It’s worth your…
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Media blogger Jim Romenesko  wrote that the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead “tried to shame lawmakers for voting against a bill that would ban discrimination based on sexual orientation,” provoking some pushback from the editor, Matthew Von Pinnon. Romenesko…
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Brian Williams' latest slow jam

Did NBC anchor Brian Williams lie, or misremember, when he told the story (again and again) of having been shot down in a helicopter over Iraq? NBC News has launched an investigation, so we should have an official determination soon. It has emerged that…
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Kirby Delauter's belligerence backfires on Kirby Delauter

This story practically tells itself: A small-town councilman demands that the local newspaper not print his name or refer to him without his permission, or face legal consequences. Everybody laughs at him. The paper in question reported the story, without…
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Every Republican senator quoted in this article from The Hill says that they had to insert some measures into the National Defense Authorization Act because Sen. Harry Reid, majority leader (for a few more hours) has been preventing bills from coming to…
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