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  • Thursday morning FSU-Oklahoma links (Twitter trash edition)

     
    Good Thursday morning, everyone. Glad to see you've decided to spend part of your day here on the Chopping Block. As you can probably tell from looking at newspapers and websites covering both No. 5 Florida State and No. 1 Oklahoma, it has been quite a...
  • Appreciation: Andy Rooney, 1919-2011

     
    The American humorist Andy Rooney, who last month retired from his longtime seat on the CBS news magazine "60 Minutes," which he would cap each week with an observation about this thing or that -- or more often this thing......
  • Activision calls in legal heavy artillery for Call of Duty trial

     
    Activision taps former Oklahoma City bombing prosecutor Beth Wilkinson as its trial attorney for its case against former Call of Duty developers....
  • Prosecutor: Professor's fantasies serious as those of mass shooters

     
    This post has been corrected. See note at bottom for details. The fantasies of a UC Irvine professor who allegedly typed up detailed emails about killing students at the high school his son attended should be taken seriously, like those......
  • 'Blood and Politics' by Leonard Zeskind

    'Blood and Politics' by Leonard Zeskind
    Blood and Politics The History of the White Nationalist Movement From the Margins to the Mainstream Leonard Zeskind Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 622 pp., $35 This April, when the Department of Homeland Security issued a report titled "Rightwing...
  • GOP's overdone outrage about a Homeland Security memo

    GOP's overdone outrage about a Homeland Security memo
    According to House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio), the Department of Homeland Security has defamed veterans of the U.S. armed forces by concluding in an internal memo that some returning service members might be susceptible to the propaganda of...
  • A deadly interrogation in Iraq

    A deadly interrogation in Iraq
    In the open desert outside Baiji, Iraq, a naked man with a thick black beard crouched in the dust of a railroad culvert at twilight. Hours before, he had been mumbling and praying in Arabic. Now he spoke few words. Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna stood...
  • Does America need more gun control?

    Does America need more gun control?
    Today's topic: Richard Poplawski, the alleged gunman in the April 4 Pittsburgh shootings, reportedly obtained his weapons legally. Jiverly Wong, who killed 13 people in New York state on April 4, also bought his guns legally, having passed background...
  • Exercise compassion: Create a 'chain reaction'

    Exercise compassion: Create a 'chain reaction'
    CORONA DEL MAR — Students at Corona del Mar High School on Friday were encouraged to write thank you letters to one another and to not e-mail or text them. The request was made in honor of Rachel Joy Scott, the first student killed in the...
  • 5 books on man's best friend

    5 books on man's best friend
    Dogs have always offered me a kind of unexplainable comfort. I can't exactly put my finger on why; but their adorable laziness, unabashed friendliness and constant happiness just puts me at ease. In high school, I spent my Saturdays volunteering with...
  • In Theory: Appropriate ways to observe 9/11

    The Dove World Outreach Center, a church in Gainesville, Fla., will mark the ninth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks by hosting an "International Burn a Koran Day" event on church property. A Facebook page created for the upcoming event proclaims...