Friday, July 30


grilled cheese "Welcome to Bread.Butter.Cheese., a covert grilled cheese dealership operating out of an apartment and making drops in the tiny East Village park on First and First, starting today." ~ link

Arizona's immigration law mirrors that of Italy. ~

Speaking of aliens, Lady Gaga is in town. Dig the shoes. ~ KTAR

"Americans are broke and depressed—and also swilling $3 lattes and waiting in line for iPhones. Welcome to the schizophrenic economy." ~ Businessweek

"Sales of big SUVs surging faster than small cars." The fact is, small is not always practical. ~ USA Today

Who would have predicted? "Twenty-one years ago, Li Lu was a student leader of the Tiananmen Square protests. Now a hedge-fund manager, he is in line to become a successor to Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway Inc." ~ WSJ

Zimbabwe: 'Operation Shut Your Mouth' ~ allAfrica

London has a new rent a bike system. It looks to me like maintenance is going to be a major issue. ~ BBC

"If I want to win a Muslim to Christ, I surely won't do it by burning the Qur'an in public and provoking them to hate us more... The greatest weapon a Christian has is godly love." ~ Angel Nuñez

Canada is recovering well. Of course, they didn't screw things up as royally as their southern cousins. "Canada has regained almost all the jobs it lost since the 2008 downturn." ~ GlobalPost

The North Korean government has publicly humiliated their soccer team over world cup loss. At least no one has been executed -- yet. Sad. ~ Telegraph

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