Maggie Shnayerson

the-liverpudlian:

the various stages of me thinking about finals next week:

I am officially amused.

(Source: palominah)

“Information on the drug that is intended to act as the anesthetic is crucial to ensure that the execution will be humane.”
— Jennifer Moreno of Berkeley Law School’s Death Penalty Clinic in yesterday’s Times before the botched execution last night of Clayton Lockett [http://nyti.ms/1lzBcdk]
Is the idea that drivers will be less likely to rear-end a pious vehicle or just feel more guilty when they do?

Is the idea that drivers will be less likely to rear-end a pious vehicle or just feel more guilty when they do?