When Tennis Ruled the World, Cardiacs, Shawarma, and More
by Daniel A. Kaufman
An amazing documentary on the era in which “Tennis Ruled the World.” Watching it explains everything about why the sport has become so dull and has lost so much of its public impact.
An almost inhuman one-man performance of Genesis songs.
A treasure-trove of papers for free download, by P.M.S. Hacker, one of the best living philosophers (and a Wittgensteinian).
Cardiacs: The best band you’ve never heard of…
…video of an astonishing rehersal
…and live footage of one of their most powerful songs.
Though several years old, Bret Easton Ellis’s “Generation Wuss” and “Charlie Sheen is Winning” remain incisive glimpses into contemporary culture.
About as authentic a chicken Shawarma you’re going to be able to make at home
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