New on Nearly Coherent: eD!, Jeff, and Dave talk new iPads, *Captain Marvel*, and the return of James Gunn to *Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3*!
New on Nearly Coherent: eD!, Jeff, Dave, and Val discuss John Candy, new complications for Dave’s News Corner, and Val celebrates the 100th episode by bringing the tale of a date so bad that it might have warped her brain.
New on Nearly Coherent: eD!, Jeff, and Val discuss pretty terrible opportunities in Arizona real estate.
New on Nearly Coherent: eD!, Jeff, Dave, and Val discuss a pair of Dave’s News Corners and an instance of mistaken identity.
New on Nearly Coherent: eD! and Jeff discuss customer service, dental hygiene, and BBQ.
Turns out my home town has a bit of a problem with the mail: Postal inspectors are at a house in Nassau County Tuesday after they found loads of undelivered mail. The USPS Inspector General’s Office confirms they are investigating, and neighbors said upwards of 60 kitchen-sized bags of undelivered mail were removed. It’s pretty […]
The Morning Call has news of a plan to help curb school shootings: rocks. “If an armed intruder attempts to gain entrance to any of our classrooms, they will face a classroom full of students armed with rocks and they will be stoned,” Superintendent David Helsel said to the House Education Committee in Harrisburg. I […]
After endorsing a Democrat for president for the first time in their 126-year publication history, The Arizona Republic has gotten a number of threats against their staff, from the reporters who know that this sort of thing comes with the territory to the kids who are selling subscriptions door-to-door who shouldn’t be dragged into editorial […]
Jigsaw, Google’s think-tank, has used Google’s search advertising algorithms to help dissuade people searching for information on joining ISIS to, y’know, not join. The program, which Jigsaw calls the Redirect Method and plans to launch in a new phase this month, places advertising alongside results for any keywords and phrases that Jigsaw has determined people […]
The New Yorker has a piece on “The Art of The Deal” ghostwriter Tony Schwartz’s feelings on a Donald Trump presidency. It’s only slightly horrifying. Starting in late 1985, Schwartz spent eighteen months with Trump—camping out in his office, joining him on his helicopter, tagging along at meetings, and spending weekends with him at his Manhattan […]