[So1] I find the case against best friends thoroughly unconvincing.
[So2] Day care centers for the aging.
[So3] Whatever else you might say about him, the dearly departed was ready for the zombie apocalypse.
[So4] Language comes, language goes. At the rate we’re going eventually language will be reduced to Twitter lingo.
[So5] Trav Mamone comes to the defense of gender neutral pronouns. I, of course, agree. I do wish we would settle on something other than “they” of course.
[So6] In my typical “split the difference” fashion, I say you should wear socks if you’re wearing pants (or nightgown) but not if you’re sleeping in your underwear.
[So7] From Rufus: I’ve been fascinated with the art world’s decision to make Chuck Close a signal case on harassment.
[So8] A retrospective on Mr Rogers Neighborhood. I remember Mr Rogers much more fondly than Sesame Street. Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood kind of pales in comparison, but Lain likes it a lot more than the fuzzy copies of the original show I have.
[So9] Helen Dale writes of Brexit, the Anglosphere’s left-leaning artistic community, and the ramifications of partisan art that needs government support.