Detours and Frolics: Week of 9/22



Another edition of Detours and Frolics, in which hopefully at least one of these items is fascinating to you:

  • Scotland voted on its independence from the UK. 55%-45% is close enough that you wonder what happens next (The Guardian)
  • Update: atheist airman who was denied reenlistment for refusing to say “so help me God” may re-enlist after Air Force policy change (Al Jazeera)
  • Let this be a warning to you: take brief formatting guidelines seriously, do not end up like BP (NPR)
  • Would you like to see the first Super Bowl? Hopefully not, because a fan recording is the only known copy left and it doesn’t look like it will be generally available any time soon (Above the Law)
  • A collection of approved and rejected vanity plates from Florida. Warning: crude, childish humor ahead (Legal Juice)
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