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11/11/2016. Facebook
A secret told under the influence of beer that must not be told further. #Beercret
Tuborg
10/21/2016. Facebook
Misteries of beer: one minute you have a full glass, the other minute is gone
Tuborg
10/14/2016. Facebook
The taste of the first sip of Tuborg after a long day. #Tuborglicious
Tuborg
10/06/2016. Facebook
When a friend volunteers for the next round…
Tuborg
09/25/2016. Facebook
The great physicist Freeman Dyson looks at the future of space: “Sometime in the next few hundred years, biotechnology will have advanced to the point where we can design and breed entire ecologies of living creatures adapted to survive in remote places away from Earth. I give the name Noah’s Ark culture to this style of space operation.”

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Tuborg
09/25/2016. Facebook
Judge Jed S. Rakoff on Owen Fiss's 'A War Like No Other: The Constitution in a Time of Terror' and why the federal courts have failed to challenge practices associated with the "war on terror."

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Tuborg
09/24/2016. Facebook
"We admire cats for their legendary independence and aloofness. Dogs may obey their masters and aim to please; but cats, their human partisans will proudly point out, cannot be tamed or herded. Cats are still wild at heart," writes Natalie Angier. But a new book argues that love for these pets obscures a darker truth: "Free-roaming domestic cats are an environmental menace of staggering and...
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Tuborg
09/24/2016. Facebook
Geoffrey Wheatcroft on classical music outside London this fall

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Tuborg
09/23/2016. Facebook
“The majority of college graduates in the US now move back home with their parents, often for several years,” writes Rana Foroohar in her review of seven new books. “The class of 2016, the most indebted in history, cannot afford homes, cars, or other trappings of a middle-class life.”

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Tuborg
09/22/2016. Facebook
Esther Allen on 'Castro's Cuba' by Lee Lockwood, which includes, among Lockwood's previously unpublished photographs from 1959 to 1969, many images of Fidel Castro. "Lockwood’s photos now remind us of this," writes Allen. "Though he never learned to relinquish power, Fidel did somehow learn to disappear."

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Tuborg
09/22/2016. Facebook
"In the past perhaps I believed in the goodness of human nature," Chinese filmmaker Ai Xiaoming tells Ian Johnson. "I [now] believe this is naïve. Actually, human nature in this totalitarian society has become very vile. This power has changed Chinese people's psychological makeup."

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Tuborg
09/21/2016. Facebook
Happy birthday to Stephen King, who was born on this day in 1947.

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Tuborg
09/21/2016. Facebook
“What gave his music its cohesion, even its identity, was his unforgettable sound,” Adam Shatz writes of Miles Davis, “at once intensely intimate and defiantly aloof. He was a poet of loneliness, of shadows and masks, in a music more associated with extroverted expression and communal festivity.”

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Tuborg
09/20/2016. Facebook
David Miliband of the International Rescue Committee writes that just as the United States in the 1940s erected what Albert Einstein called a “wall of bureaucratic measures” against refugees from Europe, “we are again seeing a double assault against some of the world’s most vulnerable people. Their character and intentions are often impugned and they are denied dignified refuge.”

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09/20/2016. Facebook
Michael Tomasky: “The election is about Trump—whether he is menace or entertainment. Most people in the media are surely well aware that he is a menace; but the media as a machine can’t help but present him first as entertainment.”

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Tuborg
09/19/2016. Facebook
Francine Prose: "Novelist Lionel Shriver's speech expressing her hope that identity politics and the concept of cultural appropriation would turn out to be passing fads contains a kernel of truth encased by a husk of cultural and historical blindness."

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09/19/2016. Facebook
The philosophers Descartes, Hobbes, Spinoza, Locke, Leibniz, and Hume lived in a historical period “dominated by dramatic developments and conflicts in three areas—science, religion, and politics,” Thomas Nagel writes, “and their thoughts and writings were dominated by the need to respond to those developments.”

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Tuborg
09/19/2016. Facebook
Benjamin Nathans writes on nine new books about Vladimir Putin, his consolidation of power, and the current direction of Russian politics

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09/18/2016. Facebook
Adam Tooze on America’s relationship with Mussolini’s Italy and the important work of Italian scholar Gian Giacomo Migone: "It was not until surprisingly late in the 1930s that the United States decided to treat Il Duce as an enemy."

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09/17/2016. Facebook
Ingrid Rowland on the first photographs ever taken of Palmyra, the great trading oasis in the heart of the Syrian desert, recently acquired by the Getty Research Institute:
"Palmyra has risen and fallen many times. Over the years, acts of destruction were often deeds of pure brutality, a distressingly recurrent theme in the story of humankind. Yet Palmyra has also suffered destruction in the...
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