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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

What in the World?

Posted By on Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 7:15 AM

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A lot happens while you're not paying attention. So, just like Lewis Black, we catch what's fallen through the cracks.

Chemical Trespass: Curry County residents have complained about helicopters dropping pesticides on their properties while doing work on privately held land. The spraying continues. (via Eugene Weekly)

Live Through This: Courtney Love is not the most endearing public figure from the last few decades. She did, however, make a few pretty good albums. And it's worth revisiting 'em. (via Spin)

Phantom Brewing: Some beer brewers aren't really brewers. They're like crazed scientists with a good idea of how every flavor fits together. They just don't possess the equipment to follow through. (via NYT)

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