I’m currently listening to The Mystery of 31 New Inn by R. Austin Freeman, who is distinguished as the first mystery novelist to employ forensic science in his novels.
The volunteer who reads this chapter refers to them as try-KEEN-o-poh-ly cigars.
Words fail me.
(Otherwise, the reader does an excellent job.)
The Bangor Daily News reminds us that today’s Big Pharma is but the most recent manifestation of a long American tradition of making fortunes from opiates.
Shaun Mullen notes that those mentioned in the title are scarce amongst the majority party in the United States Senate.
The Des Moines Register’s Rekha Basu recounts a tale of tangling with Facebook’s how-dare-the-Zuckerborg-call-them-standards for advertisements.
Honest to Pete, Dali never created anything so surreal.