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Orson Welles Reads Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself”


“All goes onward and outward … and nothing collapses, and to die is different from what any one supposed, and luckier.” My recent immersion in James Gleick’s exquisite inquiry into how our fascination with time travel mediates our anxiety about mortality reawakened in my conscience a few lines from Walt Whitman’s 1855 masterpiece Leaves of Grass (public library | public domain).

Seth Meyers wasn't impressed by Donald Trump's debate performance


The first presidential debate of the year has been dissected by pundits, reporters, average citizens, and now Seth Meyers, who believes there was a clear winner and loser at the end of the night.

Which Character From "Ace Of Diamond" Are You?

Oshi! Oshi! Oshi!

Uber plans to enter long-haul trucking business


(Reuters) – With its recent acquisition of self-driving truck startup Otto, Uber is plotting its entry into the long-haul trucking business, aiming to establish itself as a freight hauler and a technology partner for the industry.

Not Even Owen Wilson And The Entire ‘Late Late Show’ Staff Can Beat Usain Bolt In A Race

Usain Bolt has earned his title as “fastest man alive” with some incredible Olympics performances and a secret life of super heroics — allegedly.

G-Box turns the Mercedes G-Wagen into a self-contained off-road camper


Back in 2013, we looked at the Ququq box, an all-in-one camper box similar to European competitors like the Qubiq and Yatoo.

Stunning photos of one of the most dangerous roads in the Indian Himalayas


Traversing a part of the ancient Silk Route, the Old Hindustan Tibet Road, high up in the mountainous state of Himachal Pradesh, is suffused with history.

The present, not the future, belongs to the young: What Barack Obama learned from Shimon Peres


Former Israeli president and prime minister Shimon Peres has died at the age of 93, his family said today (Sept.

Black Charlotte pastor says church must be ‘healing agent’ for U.S. racial divide


While legislators are running to get new laws on the books, protesters are preparing more picket signs and pundits are busy talking the issue away on national television, one Charlotte pastor says it’s the church that is the “healing agent” the U.S.

A Well Insulated Tiny Cabin


While living full time in a tiny home may not be for everyone, it is undeniably a very sustainable housing alternative.

Watch: The Evolution Of Tom Hanks In Television And Film


[Click here to view the video in this article] Are you a fan of American actor Tom Hanks? If you are, you might want to check out the following video by Burger Fiction.

Sean Hannity And Trump’s Very Close Relationship Gets A ‘Closer Look’ From Seth Meyers

Sean Hannity is essentially the real life version of Stan Smith from American Dad, except without the alien and fun involved in his day to day activities.

Larry Sabato tells Megyn Kelly that Donald Trump has an advantage that trumps bad debates


The polls were tightening to a near-tie before Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debated Monday night, and on Tuesday night's Kelly File, Megyn Kelly asked election prognosticator Larry Sabato how he thinks the debate will affect each candidate's numbers.

Pope Francis ‘concerned’ about North Korea nukes


The Pope has expressed concern over instability on the Korean Peninsula and the possible impact ongoing North Korean nuclear tests could have on the world.

Could You Pass High School Chemistry Right Now?


Do you know your catalysts from your cations? Ready for some chemistry? Let's go! There are 15 questions below, and all but the last one are multiple choice.

Barber and Osgerby base minimal wooden table on Japanese joinery


London Design Festival 2016: design duo Barber and Osgerby have created a limited-edition table constructed from just three curved pieces of oak (+ slideshow).

The Man Behind Matilda – What Roald Dahl Was Really Like


Embed from Getty Images By Pojana Maneeyingsakul It is 100 years since the birth of Roald Dahl – considered by many to be the world’s number one storyteller.

Bread


It’s a big, scary world out there. Leaving the soft, warm cocoon of family can make one turn hard. Is this an apt analogy, or just plain silliness from Lunarbaboon?

Trump-Clinton debate draws record U.S. television audience


The first presidential debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump drew 84 million U.S.

John Warner, former Republican senator, to endorse Hillary Clinton


Hillary Clinton is adding another Republican to her endorsement list: Former Republican senator John Warner of Virginia.


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