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October 25, 2011 | 5:15 pm
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If you don’t know the name Thich Quang Duc, you know the image of the Buddhist monk’s death. I learned it as a kid when I got the self-titled Rage Against the Machine album. The above video shows the monk protesting the policies of the Catholic Diem that controlled South Vietnam in... read on
October 24, 2011 | 11:03 pm
We just lost another two weeks of the NBA today, and my money is on no season at all. But that doesn’t mean their aren’t games to be played. I’m out there doing my version of “work” at UCLA once or twice a week, and the above commercial from Nike’s Jumpman brand suggests that NBA stars are finding places to play, too.
Like the Jewish Under 40 League in Brooklyn. Who ever said Jews can’t play basketball? In your eye, Melo!
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