Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Remains of the Day (12/18)

NPR: After dozens of acquittals in 1968, police forced to end raids on gay haven 

Towleroad: "American Circumcision" is on Netflix, and its director has a few things to say about it

Instagram: There's a BIG reason this guy's pants split down back ...

The Hill: Trump adviser Roger Stone admits to publishing false statements on InfoWars, ordered to apologize

The Washington Post: Sentencing of Trump security adviser Michael Flynn abruptly postponed after judge rips into him about "selling out" his country

Instagram: Debbie Harry looks like a million bucks at this event promoting Chris Stein's new book of photographs

USA Today: These are the most expensive ZIP codes in the U.S. this year -- I live in No. 21, which is the second-costliest in NYC!

The Atlantic: Alcoholics Anonymous's faith-based 12-step program dominates treatment in the U.S., but researchers have debunked central tenets of AA doctrine and found dozens of other treatments more effective

The New York Times: All of Trump's crooked cronies are adopting his response to blame the (non-existent) "deep state"

CBS News: Trump Foundation agrees to dissolve amid allegations it used money for personal benefit

Monica Hesse: The buzz over Stephen Miller's made-for-TV hairline shows we don’t know how to discuss men’s cosmetic work -- or women’s, even

Baseline: Angelique Kerber wins German sportswoman of the year

Towleroad: "Michael and Michael Are Gay" attend a party where clothing isn't optional 

CNBC: White House suggests possible retreat over ridiculous $5 billion border wall demand

Hot Cat of the Day: The chick doesn't, but this cat has a future in movies!


northalabama said...

it's amazing how quickly i've reconsidered my aversion to bubble baths - i'm gonna need a bigger tub. ;-)

WilD said...

re:the Hill: Roger Stone (or any tea-party republican) - "(grumble grumble) I'm sorry you found out I was saying untruths. There I apologized."

That's an apology?