I was off in another corner of the internet, reading the comments section of The Volunteer Auxiliary Thought Police, where it was pointed out that the lyrics to Bob Dylan’s Tangled Up In Blue are not “split up on the docks that night…” but are actually “split up on a dark sad night…”
And, since this is the internet, there is a word for this phenomena: Mondegreen.
It’s from Reason, but I was pointed to it by Radley Balko.
It’s pretty funny.
Steve Sailer in Taki’s Magazine from a little over a year ago:
In 2010, MIT unveiled plans to expand undergrad enrollment by six percent, which would only get it back to where it was in the 1990s.
These sorts of thing catch my attention due to the age of the Ace and Deuce. The Ivies could do wonders for this country if they would expand enrollment. It’s not just the Ivies, it’s also Rice, Stanford, Chicago and Northwestern, and on and on…
What has caught my attention today. Credit for finding many of these links goes to those over in my blog roll.
I found this blog on US Intelligence efforts. It is written by a real insider. You never really know though do you? On the internet no one knows you’re a dog. He could have just faked that biography.
I have to admit to watching House of Cards on Netflix, but I’m torn about whether or not it’s a show worth watching. I don’t like it because all of the characters are awful people. Even Rachel. But this post by David Boaz over at Cato at Liberty about lobbying for tax credits in Maryland that the production team of House of Cards “requires” to be profitable, illustrates why the show is, on the other hand, so great. A quote:
But it’s hard to beat Frank Underwood.
Do go read the whole post.
The Instapundit, I think, pointed me at the next three.
Get rid of homophobia, misogyny, etc. from gaming…. The comments, are, if you have a certain sensibility, funny…
The LA police say all cars are under investigation. Instapundit and Radley Balko have both made me aware of the problems with police and prosecutors around the country. Our prosecutor here in Dallas is no peach…
This one from Virginia Postrel is almost a year and one-half old, but still relevant.
Bird Dog at Maggie’s Farm asks the question; How Many Types of Orgasm can a Woman Really Have? Important stuff to know, no doubt.
I’ve also spent a bunch of time today trying to figure out how to build something like this in my back yard. Someday…
I have this song on the stereo right now, it’s sort of a left over from yesterday’s post on the anniversary of the release of Bringing It All Back Home. Dylan was 23 years old when he recorded this song!
From You Tube:
It’s a live recording, it probably won’t stay up long.
Arnold Kling on Rotisserie Baseball Leagues.
Normally I think Arnold is really smart. After that post, not so much.
That may be harsh, but talk of fantasy leagues really gives me tired head.
Just because I’m listening to it now:
I did finish listening to Bringing it all Back Home, as mentioned below, along with Highway 61 Revisted, so it was time for a change of pace.
These guys claim to have the #1 rated bed on Amazon: The Tuft & Needle Bed.
SWMBO keeps talking about a new mattress. This might be the way to go.
They have created a business model that makes sense and appeals to me.