Monday, May 1, 2017

Join The Juice Truth Movement

"We will only know the true consequences of our time in the water 20 years from now."
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Morning · Mon, May 01
FAR OUT, MAN
OVER TROUBLED WATER
Fukushima's Surfers Riding On Radioactive Waves
aljazeera.com
"We will only know the true consequences of our time in the water 20 years from now."
SHIFTING THE OVERTON WINDOW
Beyond Alt: Understanding The New Far Right
nymag.com
Coming to grips with the most potent political movement of our age, the extremely reactionary, burn-it-down radical, new-fangled far right.
LET'S GO ON A TRIP
The Acid Aesthetic: A Brief History of Psychedelic Design
printmag.com
When tracing the history of groovy patterns and far-out typography, the Doors of Perception don't always open onto the 1960s.
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MISCALCULATED
BERNIE SHOULDA, COULDA, WOULDA WON
The Mismeasure Of Media
thebaffler.com
Here we go again: It's the umpteenth media jeremiad on the great text known as Election 2016, in which we are schooled on the fatal consequences of the incorrigible out-of-touchness of our political press.
JUICING THE NUMBERS
People Think Juice Is Good For Them. They're Wrong.
washingtonpost.com
At first glance, it is reasonable to think that juice has health benefits. Whole fruit is healthy, and juice comes from fruit, so it must be healthy, too. But when you make juice, you leave some of the most wholesome parts of the fruit behind.
QUITE A CURVEBALL
How A Cocktail Napkin In 1974 Changed The Course Of Republican Economics
qz.com
The sealing of America's fiscal fate began in 1974, over cocktails.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
BUZZ OFF
Gator Latches Onto Electric Eel And Gets Far More Than It Bargained For
digg.com
Gators don't mess around, but electric eels mess around even less.
IN THE NEWS
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Congress Reportedly Agrees To $1 Trillion Budget Deal — With No Funding For Border Wall
Embattled Trump Aide Sebastian Gorka To Leave White House
You've got this...easy like Monday morning, right?

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