Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Remains of the Day (09/24)


New York Post: Husband of "resting bitch face" woman gets "resting bro face" fix

Science Daily: Guess what? Your brain re-files your memories, transferring them to a different area of the brain during rest or sleep

HuffPost: Karen Pence vows to tell Trump’s story on Twitter and it’s not going well

The New York Time: How anti-vaccine sentiment took hold in the U.S.

The Randy Report: For Democratic hopefuls, qualifying for November debate just got tougher

NewNowNext: Gerald McCullouch expensed lap dances for his new gay strip club movie


Quill & Pad: Tennis and watches -- a 2019 resume of the sport's ticks and tocks

The Guardian: U.K. Supreme Court rules unanimously that Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament is unlawful

Dlisted: Chris Pratt shared a poem on Instagram called "ding-dongs"

PinkNews: A spike in children being homeschooled may be due to LGBT-inclusive education

Back2Stonewall: The first Folsom Street Fair took places in San Francisco in 1984

Intelligencer: Officer suspended after arresting first-grader. His behavior is part of a pattern.


The Stranger: You may have heard that the life expectancy of trans women in the U.S. is 35 years old. It's a shocking statistic that has been repeated all over the media. It's also not true.

Boy Culture: MrMan's top 10 nude '90s hunks

Slicing Up Eyeballs: New releases (of sorts) from the Replacements, Ramones, Thurston Moore, KMFDM, Midge Urge and Prefab Sprout

Towleroad: Three tips for Justin Trudeau on how to say "I'm sorry"

Metrosource: "Skintight" is everything you'd want in a stage satire, right down to the jockstrap

Gothamist: For Bruce Springsteen's 70th birthday, a ranking of every one of his albums


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