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Weekend link dump for January 28

There’s a good case to be made that collusion is happening again in Major League Baseball.

When life hands you lemons, form an organized crime syndicate. Or something like that.

From the you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave department.

“The cities of El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez in the Mexican state of Chihuahua are considering a scheme to build an integrated binational bikeshare system between the two cities.”

Great overview of improv comedy and how that form has finally come to be more diverse in recent years.

“A lot of people occupying powerful positions in American soccer are not making a good faith attempt to recruit the best talent possible. The USMNT is not getting better. For those reasons alone, American soccer needs new leaders.”

“A new species of wasps in Florida was named after Ichiro Suzuki“.

The headphone compatibility problem we now face.

“I liked the actress who portrayed me. And I would like to say, ‘Gins-Burn!’ sometimes to my colleagues.”

“On Monday, the executive leadership of the USA Gymnastics Board of Directors — Chairman Paul Parilla, Vice Chairman Jay Binder, and Treasurer Bitsy Kelley — all announced their resignations, effective January 21.” Good riddance. Burn it all down.

RIP, Hisako Robets, co-founder with her husband of the legendary Salt Lick BBQ outside Austin.

“A watchdog group filed a pair of complaints on Monday alleging that a $130,000 payment reportedly made to a pornographic film actress who claims to have had an affair with Donald Trump violated campaign finance laws.”

RIP, Hugh Masakela, South African trumpeter, singer and activist who played with Paul Simon on the Graceland album and tour.

RIP, Ursula K. LeGuin, groundbreaking science fiction and fantasy author.

So, which religious conservative groups were targeted for infiltration by the Russians in 2016, and which ones got themselves infiltrated?

In case you were wondering what Garrison Keillor was alleged to have done.

“This might be one of the greatest examples of political performance art I’ve ever seen.”

“Travel to the U.S. has been declining since Donald Trump took office, leading to a cost of $4.6 billion in spending and 40,000 jobs”.

“Harvey was the most significant tropical cyclone rainfall event in United States history, both in scope and peak rainfall amounts, since reliable rainfall records began around the 1880s.”

RIP, Mort Walker, longtime cartoonist who created Beetle Bailey and Hi and Lois, among many others.

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