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9 Responses to Wednesday Open Thread

  1. JMPrince says:

    More on Happy Lee here:

    And his Civil Rights work is what he was most proudest of in the long bitter battles of the 1960’s, when he was in the trenches leading the good fight & winning for humanity & posterity.

  2. JMPrince says:

    No other place to put this sad news, in Polk Co., Heslip ‘Happy’ Lee has died. He’s been ailing for some time now, but was a Great Ga. Democrat. Happy died Thursday, May 26, 2011 & Olin L. Gammage & Sons Funeral Home of Cedartown has charge of the arrangements.

    He was 89, and had done service in the war on poverty for both JFK & LBJ. The Funeral is @ 2 p.m. Sunday, First Baptist Church, Cedartown. I’ll be trying to make it. JMP

  3. JMPrince says:

    And again, because it’s dull late at night, straight from Gresham College, London, it’s provost Prof. Sir Roderick Floud, FBA, with a lecture on the topic: “Our Changing Bodies:The Lessons of Anthropometric History”.

    Sorry for the quality, the current lecture on British Gardens was much more clear and better shot. I guess many more would be interested in that topic over this. But to make up for that, there’s an audio clip at the link, as well as a Power Point presentation and a full transcript. Those Brits are always well organized.
    Enjoy! JMP

  4. JMPrince says:

    A mere 25 years after it started, and perhaps 10 years (?) when I last explained it to Jerry, R.W. Fogel’s likely last masterpiece is now in book form. From Cambridge University Press. Downstairs.

    An early version from whence it all came from, the NBER:

    And I know fewer people might recognize that name as Ratko Mladic, but it’s still a cracking good job. On both counts. No matter how long it took to ‘get ‘er done. In the mean time Roderick Floud, who I knew at Birkbeck College, London, became Sir, and Birkbeck, University of London. I’m very old.

  5. EGaluszka says:

    I heard that some guy named Eddy Galuszka just released a short story on Amazon. Just saying.

  6. Fashion Police says:

    Love Emily, hate the outfit in that photo on the website. She should have called DFI for a consult.

  7. JMPrince says:

    Jobs not the deficit is a more immediate national priority:

    My latest for the Cartersville Patch. With plenty of cites, of course.

  8. JMPrince says:

    Newspapers, not as wholly irrelevant in the world of Twitter:

  9. Ed says:

    I wish I still had my John Edwards sticker on my car.