March 30th, outsourced

The Atlantic looks at how survivors of Columbine are grappling with present-day gun control issues.

Nicole Cliffe tells the story of her bigamous grandmother on Twitter - full of family history twists and turns!

The New York Times looks at the case of Bill Ewasko, who disappeared in Joshua Tree National Park. This article has tons of potential Wikipedia deep dives if you are so inclined.

If the person who named walkie talkies was in charge of naming everything.

Isabelle Robinson (a Parkland survivor) has an Op-Ed in the NYT about the assumption that befriending the shooter would have prevented the shooting from happening.

WOW. This article about why diapers are so expensive really made me think.

Here is a generator for that novel pitch you've been meaning to write. Mine is: "A keenly observed trilogy about a young mother's strategy to explore her social media addiction."

I don't routinely read indictments but this one, explaining the case against the operators of the water park where a boy was killed on a water slide, was just beyond crazy.

All the Spanish I've learned from watching Spanish period dramas on Netflix

All the Spanish I've learned from watching Spanish period dramas on Netflix

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