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Jim Riggleman: A Case Study in Disrespect

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Jim Riggleman’s abrupt resignation shows how impulsive men can be if they feel disrespected.

NFL Gossip Is More Valuable Than Violence

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Gossip makes the NFL. Where will it all go if we have no season?

A Man Signs Up for 10 Days of Silence


How long can you stay silent?

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams: Socially Aware Furniture Makers


Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams broke up years ago, but their home furnishing company and friendship have grown since.

Good Morning Links

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Today is Wednesday, May 25, and overhauling Medicare doesn’t seem to be selling well with voters. Here are some other links of note:

McCarthy Hilarious in ‘Bridesmaids’ with Gross-Out Guy Humor

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She exploits the kind of explicit gross-out humor we commonly associate with male comedians.

The Issue of Manhood on ‘The Killing’


Not only has her daughter been murdered, but the mother has just spurred her husband to possibly murder an innocent man—essentially by questioning his manhood.

Good Morning Links

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Today is Tuesday, May 24, and the Lance Armstrong story just gets less riveting by the moment. Here are some links of note today:

WNBA Leans on Men as Practice Players


To assure that they’ll always have a full and competitive run, teams often fill their practice squads with men, many of whom played in college or semi-professionally.

Viagra Connected To Sudden Deafness


This type of hearing loss, more commonly due to infections and exposure to loud noise, usually causes permanent damage in up to a third of cases.

Literary Judge Resigns Over Roth Award


The publisher of a feminist press that touts itself as ‘the largest women’s imprint in the world’ claims she had no idea that one of the most decorated living American writers has been criticized for misogynistic writing.

Good Morning Links

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Today is Monday, May 23, and we still don’t know the hour or the moment; so we got that going for us, which is nice. Here are some links of note:

Mike Rowe of ‘Dirty Jobs’ Pushes PR Campaign for Blue-Collar Men

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How is the country suffering from both high unemployment and a labor shortage in certain sectors?

Graffiti: Not Such a Guy Thing Anymore


Yarn bombing is the practice of taking objects such as statues and mailboxes and enclosing them in bright-colored threads, creating a striking contrast to the object’s original look or purpose.

Good Morning Links

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Today is Friday, May 20, and continued interest in the Triple Crown all depends on Animal Kingdom winning the Preakness tomorrow. Here are some links of note today.