It’s Monday. A cool dark Monday. Johnny Cash recorded live From Folsom Prison on this day in 1968.
An old beat up Mustang just sold for $3.7 million dollars. Of course there’s some history involved.
Taco Bell will begin paying managers $100,000 salaries. This makes perfect sense to me. Managers are key to how restaurants like these operate and it only takes one trip to a dysfunctional fast food place to write it off for good. Next step: think about paying reasonable wages to the rest of the staff.
In this month of Drynuary, the Times looks into changing attitudes about alcohol.
Sabine Hossenfelder continues to advocate for change in how physicists approach their work.
And if you thought the vinyl resurgence wasn’t just an exercise in nostalgia you’ll be disappointed to learn that, of the top ten records sold in the 2010’s, only one of those albums was recorded in that decade. The rest were all very old (number one was Abby Road).