Brexit: Sam Bee and Sam Bee and John Oliver.
New Yorker: Why Brexit might not happen at all.
John Oliver: Doping.
How an Outsider President Killed a Political Party.
Bev Harris – Hacking Democracy documentary (2012).
Americans Against Insecure Billionaires with Tiny Hands PAC.
Oklahoma’s inferiority complex.
‘New data’ on school-to-prison pipeline is old news.
Jesse Williams takes racism to task in powerful BET Awards speech.
The Story Of How The First White Member Of Delta Sigma Theta Was A Segregationist’s Worst Nightmare.
Here’s that racist Red Cross poster that subsequently was removed:
President Obama designates Stonewall National Monument.
How to Interview a Rabbi About Kosher Marijuana.
R.I.P., Alvin Toffler, 87; his ‘Future Shock’ provided prescient glimpse forward.
SamuraiFrog answers my frivolous questions.
Now I Know: The Barrier City and and Time to Go to Jail.
A story about a pair of flats that wanted to be a heel.
The Twilight Zone lost episode. Plus Suspense – Nightmare at Ground Zero, written by Rod Serling.
TWC Question Time looks at favorite adaptations of works that originally appeared in comics.
How they made Popeye cartoons at the Max Fleischer Studio.
Human Rights Campaign: an 18-minute tribute to the 49 victims of the Orlando shooting at Pulse nightclub on Latin night.
Church whose pastor praised Orlando shootings is being asked to leave by landlord.
The Second Amendment doesn’t give you the right to own a gun.
Chuck Miller: The awful part of Father’s Day.
David Kalish: How my essay squeaked into The New York Times, despite my doubts.
Nina Marinello: That was my dad…
ALLISON WRIGHT: DIVE BARS AND CARD GAMES WITH DAD.
John Rutter: The Importance of Choir.
R.I.P. Bernie Worrell, the keyboardist for Parliament-Funkadelic and Talking Heads, has died at 72. The beloved musician lost his battle with stage four lung cancer.
Retro Y’all (Ralph Stanley Edition) and Just a little more with Dr Ralph.
Lin-Manuel Miranda And Stephen Go Historical about Button Gwinnett.
Isolated vocals on “God Only Knows” by the Beach Boys, featuring the late Carl Wilson
The Hat – Ingrid Michaelson. “Binghamton cold.”
Alice in Wonderland, circa 1966 and the appropriate Jefferson Airplane.
‘Zappa Plays Zappa’ Pits Zappa vs. Zappa.
The Case For 1971 As Rock’s Greatest Year.
GOOGLE alert (not me)
East Lothian-based Brightwater aims to recruit thousands of SME customers. “A successful cleaning entrepreneur has joined the battle to win business customers from Scottish Water with a focus on small and medium-sized enterprises. Roger Green founded the Brightwater supply operation with e-commerce veteran Richard Rankin…”