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Book Review: Levoy’s Ghettoside

Ghettoside: A True Story of Murder in America Jill Levoy A captivating, depressing, challenging, frustrating, must read book about the state of modern policing in poor communities of color.  If you’ve read this one, I’d really like to talk about … Continue reading

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Review: Woodward and Bernstein’s All The Presidents Men

All the President’s Men Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein I’m as surprised as you are that I never read this book before. Sure, I’ve seen the movie, and know the story, but reading this play by play of how Woodward … Continue reading

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Review: Carney’s What Doesn’t Kill Us

What Doesn’t Kill Us: How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude, and Enviromental Conditioning Will Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength. Scott Carney Ok, the title is awful. But this might still be worth your time. An exploration of the philosophy of weirdo … Continue reading

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Review: Lopez’s Story of Buddhism

The Story of Buddhism: A Concise Guide to its History and Teachings Donald Lopez I thought I wanted a history of the central tenets of Buddhism, and that’s exactly what I got. It turns out though, that I think I … Continue reading

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