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    Friday
    August 16, 2019

    Great Pics; Great Descriptions

    There was once a time in Detroit when craft cocktail bars were so few and far between, nearly every one seemed noteworthy. That, thankfully, is no longer the case. With more and more bar-goers developing a palate for crafty drinks, bartenders are responding with ever higher levels of quality and creativity.

    The cocktail heatmap highlights hot, new cocktail destinations (bars and restaurants under a year old or ones that have made a significant recent change to their menus). Visit the essential bars map for an introduction to Detroit’s more established guard. Below find 11 drinking hotspots for summer from margarita bars to rooftop cocktail lounges. Here’s a guide to the cocktail destinations of the moment.

    Yield Curves Flashing Recession? No Problem

    Boozing Through Bad Times

    Consider switching from top shelf to well liquor. Johnny Walker and McCormick’s taste exactly the same after the 20th round.

    Cut down on non-essentials. Like vermouth. And olives. And glassware.

    Winery Built by Crusaders Discovered

    On a Galilean mountaintop, in about 1150, King Baldwin III stopped grousing at his mother, Queen Melisende of Jerusalem, and built a castle in the village of Mi’ilya, from which he sought to consolidate his shrunken share of the Frankish Crusader kingdom in the Holy Land. Almost 900 years later, residents of this village have come together in a unique venture spearheaded by a local archaeologist, to fix and restore the dangerously crumbling castle. In parallel, next door to the castle, a curious gas-station owner named Salma Assaf privately funded an excavation beneath her house – leading to the discovery of what may have been the biggest winery in the Crusader world.

    Give Us More Homeless!

    An 85-year-old Virginia law that allows alcoholics to be labeled “habitual drunkards” and locked up if found with liquor is unconstitutional, a Richmond-based federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.

    In a landmark decision involving four homeless men, a divided 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the 1934 law as overly vague and a violation of the U.S. Constitution’s Eighth Amendment ban on “cruel and unusual punishment” for criminalizing addiction.

    Did Those Guys Even Shower?

    According to The Blast, GUNS N’ ROSES has reached a deal to drop the lawsuit against a company it claims has been selling a knockoff beer named after the band.

    Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective had allegedly been selling a beer called Guns ‘N’ Rosé through its portfolio of craft breweries, which includes Oskar Blues Brewery. In addition, the band claimed the company had been selling hats, t-shirts, pint glasses, stickers, buttons, and bandannas with the Guns ‘N’ Rosé name on them.

    Gin Herbs

    What distinguishes one gin from another? It’s all down to the botanicals—the herbs, roots, and plants that lend the spirit their own distinct character. Juniper is mandatory, giving every gin that unmistakable, piney scent. But from there, anything goes.

    Many classic London Dry gins count botanicals in the single digits. Tanqueray has four; Beefeater, nine. The Botanist, made on the rugged, wild island of Islay, off Scotland’s west coast? Thirty-one—twenty-two of which are foraged right from the island.

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    Thursday
    August 15, 2019

    Archie Bunker is in the 1%? Homer Simpson?

    An income of $32,400 per year would allow someone to be among the top 1% of income earners in the world.

    To reach the top 1 percent worldwide in terms of wealth—not just income but all you own—you’d have to possess $770,000 in net worth.

    The bar to enter the top 1 percent wouldn’t be this low were it not for the extreme poverty that so much of the globe endures. For example, the average adult in India has $7,024 in total wealth, according to a report by Credit Suisse. The average wealth of adults in Africa is even lower, at just $4,138.

    Compare that to the wealth of $403,974 for the average adult living in the United States and $144,903 for Europeans. Now, it’s true that the term “average wealth” can be misleading, especially for countries where assets are so skewed toward the ultra-rich, like the United States. But even the median U.S. wealth of $61,667 – that’s the amount where half of people have more and half have less – far outpaces other parts of the globe.

    And 6 of Them Don’t Know What a ‘Eucharist’ Is

    A recent poll of U.S. Catholics found that nearly 7 out of 10 self-described Catholics do not believe the Eucharist is the whole Christ.

    More Windy Fun

    5 Dead And 42 Wounded From Shootings In Chicago Over The Weekend

    Not Satire

    “Special chicken boxes warning about the dangers of carrying a knife are to be distributed to takeaways across England and Wales by the government,” reports Sky News. “More than 320,000 of them – featuring the Home Office #knifefree campaign – will replace the standard packaging in 210 outlets.”

    An Admission that Tariffs are Evil and Penalize Their Own

    President Trump said Tuesday that the White House was delaying implementing 10% tariffs on some Chinese goods in order to not disrupt the fall and winter holiday shopping season.

    Cleveland is Number 7

    8 Last-Minute Affordable Summer Getaways

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    Wednesday
    August 14, 2019

    See The World of Total Work Podcast Episode

    7 Reasons Why You Should Have Multiple Streams of Income: (5) Allows You To Be Creative. Having multiple streams of income isn’t all about the money. In fact, sometimes people start a side hustle, small business, or freelance because it’s fun and a creative outlet!

    It Wants to Control the TDE Blog?

    The Amazon Publishing Juggernaut: What does the e-commerce giant want with the notoriously fickle world of publishing? To own your every reading decision.

    David Foster Wallace’s Pen Pal

    She never found out why Dave had to stop writing, though it coincided with the moment when he stopped taking medication to control his depression and began to withdraw. But she never probed Dave. She expected they would, at some point in the future, pick up the correspondence where they’d left off.

    (See TWE Episode 25.)

    Kuntsler on Epstein

    The Federal Bureau of Prisons has some ‘splainin’ to do, and they didn’t bother doing much of that on Sunday after the news came out. They failed entirely at every critical point of responsibility for keeping the DOJ’s number one criminal suspect alive: took him off suicide watch a week after he tried to off himself (if that‘s what it was); failed to keep him on observation; failed to provide a cell-mate who might have alerted the guards; and failed to deploy viable video cameras to record the doings in his cell.

    Probably Satire

    Six-Year-Old Saying, ‘Why Don’t We Just Give Everything Away For Free?’ Surges To Top Of Democratic Polls

    Grammar Nerd Corner

    In praise of the semicolon, a most maligned punctuation mark: The semicolon gives me the best of both worlds. It helps me pause, and have a think, and yet pushes me forward to what I want to say next. It separates and unites simultaneously. It does a job that no other punctuation mark does. And the way to see this is to develop a sense of the contrast.

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    Tuesday
    August 13, 2019

    Poland, Europe’s Last Hope, Episode 58,239

    The president of the Polish bishops’ conference confirmed the country’s Catholic Church will resist “LGBT ideology” as equality campaigners demanded the dismissal of an archbishop who branded gays and lesbians a “rainbow pestilence.”

    Did Scheske Just Open His Podcast with a Testimony to Rural America’s Future?

    Rural death spiral: Political and economic power is shifting to the cities, and 20% of the population — 46 million people — is being left behind in the middle of America. These communities face increasingly difficult barriers to education, wealth and health.

    Related . . .

    Author of Hillbilly Elegy becomes Catholic.

    I became persuaded over time that Catholicism was true. I was raised Christian, but never had a super-strong attachment to any denomination, and was never baptized. When I became more interested in faith, I started out with a clean slate, and looked at the church that appealed most to me intellectually.

    But it’s too easy to intellectualize this. When I looked at the people who meant the most to me, they were Catholic. My uncle by marriage is a Catholic. Rene Girard is someone I only know by reading him, and he was Catholic. I’ve been reading and studying about it for three years, or even longer. It was time.

    “Everyone” had Domestic Servants in 1900 England

    In an age of persistently high inequality, work in high-cost metros catering to the whims of the wealthy—grooming them, stretching them, feeding them, driving them—has become one of the fastest-growing industries.

    Random Cool

    How a pinball bumper works

    The Anteaters are Number One!

    The 25 Best Colleges in America, According to 19,000 Data Points on Cost and Quality

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    Monday
    August 12, 2019

    The Story

    For anyone familiar with Bureau of Prisons standard operating procedures, Jeffrey Epstein’s apparent suicide is more than mysterious; it is unfathomable.

    The 66-year-old accused sex trafficker was found dead in his prison cell at the Metropolitan Correction Center (MCC) Saturday morning, apparently after having hanged himself.

    The Bureau of Prisons, the federal agency that runs the MCC, has said the FBI will investigate.

    It had better.

    The Satire

    CDC: People With Dirt On Clintons Have 843% Greater Risk Of Suicide

    Time To Admit It: The Church Has Always Been Right On Birth Control

    Today’s injunctions against birth control were re-affirmed in a 1968 document by Pope Paul VI called Humanae Vitae. He warned of four results if the widespread use of contraceptives was accepted:

    General lowering of moral standards
    A rise in infidelity, and illegitimacy
    The reduction of women to objects used to satisfy men.
    Government coercion in reproductive matters.
    Does that sound familiar?

    Because it sure sounds like what’s been happening for the past 40 years.

    Insert Joke Here?

    We’ve cooled on Polish jokes, in light of the greatness that was JPII and the fact that Poland is one of the last hopes for Europe, but this story seems rife for joke-telling: “The Polish village where no boys have been born for almost a decade.”

    An Inconvenient Truth

    U.S. Soccer Federation President Says The Women’s National Team Has Lost $27.5 Million Since 2009

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    THE WEEKEND EUDEMON
    August 10, 2019

    The Story

    Joe Biden Says ‘Poor Kids’ Are Just as Bright as ‘White Kids’

    The Satire

    “Rest assured,” Biden said. “I like all races, even the bad ones.”

    Aides threw up their hands in exasperation.

    “What? What’d I say?”

    Media immediately jumped all over Biden’s comments, responding to his horrifying gaffe by calling on President Trump to resign.

    Inverting the Legal Binary?

    Discriminatory/Nondiscriminatory . . . Male/Female . . . “The feds use Title IX to investigate Connecticut athletics for letting boys compete in girls’ sports”

    Inverting the Racist Binary?

    Racist/Nonracist . . . White/Black . . . “Trump Supporters Clean Up West Baltimore And The Liberal Media Are Irritated”

    Good Morning Vietnam

    Diocese approves miracle: Vietnam vet Vincent Capodanno interceded for MS victim

    Republican Satire

    Republicans Excited To Have Supreme Court Majority Like They Had When ‘Roe V. Wade’ Decided

    Religious Satire

    Pentecostal Teen Finally Receives Gift Of Faking Tongues

    Bishop B Agrees with Me

    I’m a big fan of Quentin Tarantino’s movies. At the heart of a lot of them is a moral vision; the characters are compelled, under extreme duress, to make a moral choice. His latest film, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” struck me the same way. It’s a rather extraordinary showing of a morally upright person at work in the world.

    Not Your Johnny Manziel

    Baker Mayfield Told To Stop Signing Autographs, But Refuses When He Spots U.S. Soldiers

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    August 5, 2019

    New podcast released:

    G.K. Chesterton: His cause of canonization has been rejected. I understand why, but the charge of anti-semitism is ridiculous. And unnecessary to raise. Maybe the bishop was virtue signalling.

    Lighting Segments: The notecard, beer markets, Europe’s death wish, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

    Total Work: Work 24/7 and you’ll never work another day in your life. Well, maybe. I flush it out here.

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    BYCU
    August 2, 2019

    BYCU-like podcast: Socialism Sucks: Two Economists Drink Their Way Through the Unfree World

    “Ben Powell returns to the show to discuss his new book with Bob Lawson, in which the two economists visit various unfree places around the world and share their observations. (It turns out that alcohol, and usually beer, is often a good indicator of degrees of freedom.) In this episode we get a glimpse inside Cuba, Venezuela, Russia, and (a genuine success story) Georgia.”

    Listen Here.

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    Weaver
    July 29, 2019

    Richard Weaver, professor at the University of Chicago fifty years ago, wrote of “the Great Stereopticon,” a term roughly equivalent to what many call “mass media.” It is the technology that reaches out to everyone in western culture and tells us “the time to laugh and the time to cry.”

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    “It!”

    In today’s idiom, it is common to use the word “it” when describing the sexual act or related things. It reminds me of beatnik hero in Jack Kerouac’s On the Road named Rollo Greb, a “wild, ecstatic” man who “didn’t give a damn about anything” and whose “excitement blew out of his eyes in stabs of fiendish light.” The book’s hero, Dean Moriarty, admires Greb, and tells Sal Paradise: “That Rollo Greb is the greatest, most wonderful of all. . . that’s what I want to be. He’s never hung up. Man, he’s the end! You see, if you go like him all the time you’ll finally get it.” Sal, puzzled, asks “Get what?” Dean simply yells back: “IT! IT!” as though there was nothing left to add.

    In interviews after the book was published, Kerouac implied that “IT” in the passage refers to the Beatific Vision. Nothing less than the Beatific Vision, said the lapsed Catholic Kerouac, is the ultimate beatnik goal.

    Today, I suspect using “it” to refer to sex and related items has become commonplace because it occupies a lofty position in our culture. It would be an exaggeration to say sex has obtained the level of the Beatific Vision, but not much of one.

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    Sunday
    July 28, 2019

    You can trace almost every Protestant sect today back to five branches:

    1. Lutheran
    2. Reform
    3. Radical
    4. Anglican
    5. Pentecostal

    The first three were in existence within a few years after 1517 and had already started splintering among themselves a few years after that.

    Anglican in less than 20 years, and it started splintering within 20 years.

    (The fifth, Pentecostal (Assemblies of God), would crop up much later, around 1900.)

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