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Roger Clemens still has the splitter.
Be the goldfish. What does Ted Lasso actor Jason Sudeikis bring with him when he films? It’s a lot like my emergency journalism bag.
Life is so delicious. One of my post haircut traditions is to walk into the dollar store next to my barber. I buy my twins a Hot Wheels and walk through the aisles finding unusual things, like Rap Snacks or Tapatio Ramen. But this past week, when I bought them a bag of cheese balls (a favorite), I found myself looking into the company that made them, a company I’d never heard of. The branding is not flashy, and they put Bible quotes on the bag, so obviously a small shop.
Then, I watched this from Alabama’s NPR. It may have only cost $1, but I’m always happy to read about companies like these.
Where is Bill Hwang? And how did he lose $2 billion? (Bloomberg)
The money behind the big lie. It’s coming from a small foundation in Wisconsin (New Yorker.)
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