An investigation into the global human tissue trade.
Friday, July 20
Thursday, July 19
David Johnson’s unrequited correspondence with Jay-Z.
Libertarian, futurist, billionaire: a profile of Peter Thiel.
The story of the Norway massacre, as told by the survivors.
Greg Ousley killed his parents and has been locked up for nineteen years.
Is that enough?
“One afternoon about three days ago the Editorial Enforcement Detail from the Rolling Stone office showed up at my door, with no warning, and loaded about 40 pounds of supplies into the room: two cases of Mexican beer, four quarts of gin, a dozen grapefruits, and enough speed to alter the outcome of six Super Bowls. There was also a big Selectric typewriter, two reams of paper, a face-cord of oak firewood and three tape recorders – in case the situation got so desperate that I might finally have to resort to verbal composition.”
Wednesday, July 18
A chess prodigy vanishes.
The scientific case for brain preservation and mind uploading.
In mountainous Wenzhou “the emperor is far away” and the freest of markets reign.
In the Aftermath of Fauna vs. Car, a Suburban Butcher Makes Sense (and Some Venison) of a Random World
By day, Dan Brown runs the seafood counter at SuperFresh. By night, he does his life work: clearing, dressing, and sharing road-killed deer.
On the evening of November 7th 1974, the 7th Earl of Lucan, an inveterate gambler and Backgammon champion with a taste for power boats, snuck into his estranged wife’s basement. He then bludgeoned their nanny with a lead pipe and placed her in a canvas sack, before attempting to murder his wife. Recognizing his voice, she convinced him that she could him escape, then slipped out a bathroom window. Lord Lucan was never seen again.
Tuesday, July 17
Erwynn Umali, Will Behrens, and the first gay wedding on a military base.