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Word of the Day, March 13, 2016

March 13, 2016



Word of the Day

scapegrace 

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Definition: (noun) A scoundrel.
Synonyms: rascal
Usage: Both Kuragin and Dolokhov were at that time notorious among the rakes and scapegraces of sburg.

Idiom of the Day

bring a knife to a gunfight

To come poorly prepared or equipped for some task, goal, competition, or confrontation. Often used in the negative as a forewarning or piece of advice. More...

Article of the Day

Gonzo's Roots

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In 1970, journalist Hunter S. Thompson was assigned to cover the Kentucky Derby for Scanlan's Monthly. With a deadline fast approaching and his story still unwritten, Thompson desperately resorted to tearing out pages of his notes and sending them to his editor. The resulting story, titled "The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved," became the first example of Gonzo journalism. Whose belief that "fiction is often the best fact" formed the basis for Thompson's subjective writing style?
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This Day in History

The Phoenix Lights: Aliens or Air Force? (1997)

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In 1997, thousands of people reported a series of optical phenomena—since known as the Phoenix Lights—taking place in the skies over the US states of Arizona and Nevada. The sightings consisted of two events: a triangular formation of lights observed passing overhead and a series of stationary lights seen in the Phoenix area. Although the US Air Force identified the second group of lights as flares, many believe the first set of lights were those of a UFO, including what notable politician?
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Today's Birthday

Percival Lowell (1855)

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Lowell was an astronomer who built a private observatory in Arizona to study Mars and championed the idea that intelligent inhabitants of the Red Planet had constructed a planetwide system of irrigation there. He believed that the so-called canals of Mars were bands of cultivated vegetation dependent on this irrigation. His theory, long vigorously opposed, was finally put to rest by images taken by the US Mariner spacecrafts. Lowell did, however, correctly predict the existence of what "planet"?
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Today's Holiday

Omizutori Matsuri

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Omizutori Matsuri is marked by religious rites that have been observed for 12 centuries at the Buddhist Todaiji Temple in the city of Nara, Japan. During this period of meditative rituals, the drone of recited sutras and the sound of blowing conches echo from the temple. On March 12, young monks on the temple gallery brandish burning pine-branches, shaking off burning pieces. Spectators below try to catch the sparks, believing they have magic power against evil. On March 13, the ceremony of drawing water is observed to the accompaniment of ancient music.
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Quote of the Day

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The right time is any time that one is still so lucky as to have.

Henry James (1843-1916)

In the News

How Prehistoric Food Processing Helped Shape Our Faces

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When our genus, Homo, diverged from other hominins at least 2.8 million years ago, human skeletons began to change in significant and puzzling ways. Homo erectus, for example, was much taller and had a much larger brain case than the Australopith ...
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