Weekly Sift: My racial blind spots.
Game Theory for Parents. “Mathematically tested measures to make your kids cooperate—all on their own.”
American Bystander is a printed humor magazine that’s about to release its second issue, with the help of a Kickstarter campaign.
I generally have good success, but Chuck Miller reports on the UPS epic fail.
What does superfetation mean?
Now I Know: The Secret Life of Honey Buns
Patty Duke, 69: Oscar winner was the youngest at the time to receive the award. She went through so much before becoming a mental health advocate. And yes, I watched The Patty Duke Show – she was the youngest actor to have a TV show named for her in the day, and I even remember the theme.
Ken Howard, 71: he of The White Shadow, 30 Rock, Crossing Jordan, Adam’s Rib and a bunch of other stuff I’ve watched. He was also SAG/AFTRA union president.
Garry Shandling, 66: comedian’s influential career spanned decades. I watched his eponymously-named show regularly. He also gave us the greatest TV show about television; I didn’t see it often, it being on HBO, but I DID see the finale while I was in Boston taping JEOPARDY! Mark Evanier rewrote for Garry.
Larry Drake, 67: from L.A. Law.
My Window Faces The South – George Morgan with a young Glen Campbell.
Not Given Lightly – Chris Knox, a New Zealand artist (1989).
Fragile – Sting and Stevie Wonder, from the former’s 60th birthday concert.
Green Onions and Sophia Loren. Loren was in Schenectady giving a talk recently; I didn’t see her, alas.
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