Category Archives: good reads

Breaking Bad Ended Well, Updated

Two more links that weren’t available when I published my (now pen)ultimate Breaking Bad post, but fans should check them out: Over at The Dish, Andrew Sullivan has his own digression about Breaking Bad being a Machiavellian drama. And a group … Continue reading

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Breaking Bad Ended Well

Breaking Bad ended its wildly successful run last Sunday. The show’s finale broke records for both ratings and piracy. The song playing during Walt’s death has enjoyed a resurrection: a 3000% increase in sales since Sunday. [oh yeah, spoilers – … Continue reading

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Lunch Link Love, Breaking Bad edition

Happy Friday! Yes that is a gif of Aaron Paul on The Price is Right. A reader writes: I’m now caught up with my BB reading… bring it. Ask and ye shall receive! Since Sunday is Breaking Bad Season 5 … Continue reading

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Lunch Link Love

  From my way back when bookmarks of things to blog about later, check out this infographic of 21 emotional states with no English words (the words are in other languages, many of them non-phoenetic, but the descriptions are great). … Continue reading

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Lunch Link Love

  Anastasia Kirtiklis writes about the use of yoga to bypass emotions in an attempt to take the express lane to enlightenment. This is something I observed a great deal in my more active days as a yogi. One highlight: … Continue reading

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Lunch Link Love

I’m looking at my traffic stats and I’m figuring out which side my bread gets buttered on, so I’ll start with two Breaking Bad links. First up is some delightful, spoiler-free fact-checking by Wonkblog on how the show portrays the meth business. … Continue reading

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Good News and Links for the Weekend

Later this afternoon I’ll be publishing some commentary on this week’s Tao quotes. Perhaps one of my not-so-short-form pieces will get finished as well? In the meantime, here are some goodies from the interwebs for you to enjoy this weekend: … Continue reading

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Lunch Link Love

Here are some good links from the last week or so, enjoy! An artist has redesigned Pokemon as Mayan monsters. This is a great article/interview with Damon Lindelof about Story Gravity – the process by which fewer and fewer movies … Continue reading

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Two Good Reads

Ta-Nahesi Coates (one of my favorite bloggers) files a dispatch from Paris regarding the privileges of being a native English-speaker. (Hat Tip: The Dish) The NYT has a story up about Jean M. Twenge and her criticisms of narcissism in … Continue reading

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