Gerry Canavan

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Saturday Night Links

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* The Los Angeles Times profiles Nalo Hopkinson.

Science Fiction Comes Alive as Researchers Grow Organs in Lab.

* North Dakota Becomes First State To Ban All Abortions By Defining Life At Conception.

Prosecutors at his latest trial detailed how Sapina and those working with him spent at least $2.7 million in bribes to players, referees, and league officials. They gave evidence in Sapina’s trial of 43 fixed matches and say the total number the group rigged is more than 300. The ring sometimes scheduled professional games themselves—paying for the visiting team’s travel and accommodations—just so they could manipulate the outcome. They went so far as to buy their own team so they could order it to lose. The case has been called the biggest sports-fixing bust in European history.

20 Embarrassingly Bad Book Covers for Classic Novels.

* Hulu announces every episode of every series of Star Trek is free, until April.

Watch the Prequel to Doctor Who’s “The Bells of Saint John.

* Classic Ducktales Video Game Gets HD Do-Over With Voice Acting From The Cartoon’s Cast. Sold!

Some More Friday Links

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* For a few hours on this Saturday afternoon, the incarcerated fathers will be allowed to take part in an American tradition, the father-daughter dance. “A Dance of Their Own,” thought to be the only event of its kind in the country, will be in the jail’s small, windowless multipurpose room.

* Gerontocracy watch: Will Old People Take Over the World? Oh, what would the world be like if old people ran it for their own benefit at the expense of the young! Truly chilling to think about.

* …they did not find households easily shifting up and down the inequality scale. Instead, they found “the advantaged becoming permanently better-off, while the disadvantaged becoming permanently worse-off.” For men, the added inequality was entirely of the permanent sort. For households, three-quarters was permanent.

* Langston Hughes’ Collection of Harlem Rent Party Advertisements.

* Bonnet Rippers: The Rise of the Amish Romance Novel.

* When J.J. Abrams almost made Superman.

Twinsters is a project on Kickstarter by a pair of women who look very similar, were both born in South Korea, both born on November 19, 1987, both adopted three months after birth, and have never met. It’s the most compelling Facebook family reunion since last week’s aunt and niece.

O’Reilly Sounds The Alarm About The Left’s War Against The Easter Bunny.

So, if the far left can marginalize Santa and the Easter bunny, of they can tell the children those symbols are obsolete and unnecessary, they then set the stage for a totally secular society in the future.

Who told him our plan?

And a set of Penguin style book covers re-imagined for Quentin Tarantino screenplays.

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