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    Once he decided Barrett should get a mean-looking grizzly bear, Langlois browsed online for reference images, then lightly penciled a design onto the plain white helmet. He then got to work with his airbrush gun, spraying black and gray acrylic paint to create the bear and blending together orang... Read article

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    Is a huge lot a Walmart-size amount? Costco? Not to mention the awkwardly deployed somehow. As noted in the Washington Post last year, “A revealing characteristic of the Russian language, the absence of the definite and indefinite article, is evident in statements such as 'out of cemetery' and 'b... Read article

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    In contrast with his wavering voice and watery eyes, Kimmel tried to appeal to common sense on an issue where any vestige of common sense seems long gone. ... appealed directly to the man with more power than almost anyone to do something about their shared interest in parents and children: Pull ... Read article

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    All praise this clash of loud voices: A clash of free, boisterous voices is very good for society; a sign of democracy and a healthy public sphere. These ideas derive from an old and discredited libertarian theory of the press and its over-confident belief in a free marketplace of ideas – ideas r... Read article

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    Jeff Winchell, an Internet developer in Seattle who has his own Nader Trader site, said that he was inspired by an article in the online magazine Slate , which proposed just such a Gore-Nader voter alliance. "I quickly put up a simple Web page," Winchell said, "and because I'm a database guy, I a... Read article

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    This story was produced by Slate as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. John Upton is a science fan and green news boffin who tweets , posts articles to Facebook , and blogs about ecology . He welcomes reader questions, tips, and incoherent rants: johnupton@gmail.com . Most Viewed Close If we... Read article

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    A roundtable program about pop culture and the arts, the Culture Gabfest features Slate editors Stephen Metcalf, Julia Turner and Dana Stevens as they traverse the worlds of high and low culture, good and bad, music, movies, literature, and more. Discussed within are such topics as the history of... Read article

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    In the meantime here is something interesting… by Rohin at 3:01 am This story has popped up in a few places, but on Friday, the now 10-year-old Slate ran a piece about a new World Bank/New York/Chicago paper examining corruption and driving in India. The researchers stated that equivalents of the... Read article

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    But we’re seeing now that there’s just a lot of interest in the subject of tipping; and I’d say it’s clear that there’s a need for more discourse about it. An overwhelming number of people have been reading this blog and my pieces in Slate and Quartz about my experiences at the Linkery. I’m excep... Read article

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    Jennifer Prediger visits a gift shop in Brooklyn to get some holiday wrapping tips for those who can't wrap their way out of a paper bag. Read article

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