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PLAYING TRUTH TO POWER
Questlove: Michele Bachmann Almost Got Me Fired From Jimmy Fallon Show
salon.com
I wanted to highlight the Tea Party leader's lies. But playing a Fishbone song for her on the Fallon show backfired.
HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU
U.S. Surveillance Is Not Aimed At Terrorists
bloomberg.com
The debate over the U.S. government's monitoring of digital communications suggests that Americans are willing to allow it as long as it is genuinely targeted at terrorists. What they fail to realize is that the surveillance systems are best suited for gathering information on law-abiding citizens.
1% PROBLEMS
Elite America's Summer Preschool Madness
thedailybeast.com
Fewer spots, slashed budgets, and more applicants mean upper-crust parents are having a harder time than ever getting their kids into elite preschools.
BUILDING TO SURVIVE
Introducing The New Profession Of Extreme-Weather Architect
qz.com
Daniel Horn, a fresh New York architecture graduate, has launched a global competition around a tricky design question—what is the most aesthetic way to raise the elevation of an entire neighborhood block by eight to 10 feet?
NO MUNCHKINS COMMITTED SUICIDE
The Most Pause-Worthy Movie Moments
videos.digg.com
Here are the best moments to hit pause during movies.
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GAME FACE
Image: Sophie McKinna of Great Britain competes in the Shot Putt during day two of the European Athletics Team Championships at Gateshead Stadium in Newcastle, on June 23, 2013.
Sophie McKinna of Great Britain competes in the Shot Putt during day two of the European Athletics Team Championships at Gateshead Stadium in Newcastle, on June 23, 2013. Credit: IAN MACNICOL/AFP/Getty Images/Newscom

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