J. Matt on the heart-stopping scale of the Camp Fire cleanup; Molly Fisk, who lives nearby, visited the scene of the fire; Trevor Alixopulos examines damage control from within, rather than without.
Sandy drove us past the Safeway, which only looks like a grocery store because there's a line of carts out front all melted together.
The environmental consequences of today’s massive fires don’t end when the fire is out and the smoke clears.
My dr says I'm lacking in depth.
Charges can and will be invented, when push comes to shove.
The goodbye was a phone call just less than two minutes long.
Eight kuai a packet.
Lorenzo Andolfatto on China's "soft" interrogations of ordinary people; a first-hand account of such an interrogation; Magunga Williams's reminiscences of a former colleague in Nairobi.
Anyway I slacked off work, and started on my contribution to the posterity of Tolkien fandom