Wednesday, April 30, 2014

The Daily Links: The Death Penalty, Ray LaMontagne, and Exploding Whales

Posted By on Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Every day we read a lot of stuff. If it's interesting, thought provoking, funny or being shared by everyone we know on the Internet, we share some of it with you. Happy reading.

From The Atlantic: How Oklahoma's Botched Execution Affects the Death-Penalty Debate

From The New Yorker: Nigeria’s Stolen Girls

From Noisey: The Drummer at the Wrong Gig Explains Why He Was at the Wrong Gig

From Vocative: Screening for Hacks: America’s Movie Critics, Rated

From Vox: Chris Christie's war on NJ's top budget wonk

From The Atlantic: Before Gonzo: Hunter S. Thompson's Early, Underrated Journalism Career

From Wonkblog: The meteoric, costly and unprecedented rise of incarceration in America

From The New York Times: Moving on, Even if It’s Back in Time In Ray LaMontagne’s ‘Supernova,’ Hints of the ‘60s

From The Atlantic: A Brief History of Exploding Whales It happens! Pretty often, actually. And the results are ... really, really gross.

Those are the links. This is a lynx...

  • Amiee Stubbs


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