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James Cameron almost directed Jurassic Park, and I want to see THAT movie.

Happy Saturday, y'all! We've got a fantastic issue this week with some really solid writing. I want t
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James Cameron almost directed Jurassic Park, and I want to see THAT movie.
By Dave Guilford • Issue #94 • View online
Happy Saturday, y'all! We’ve got a fantastic issue this week with some really solid writing. I want to point out two links in particular: the one about the Baltimore cops and the one about the sinking of the El Faro. These are both long pieces but so, so worth the time. Fix yourself the beverage of your choice and treat yourself to the time it takes to read at least one of them if not both.
In addition to those, we’ve got lab grown veggies, a solution to the homeless problem, and a way to save an extra $500 a month.
Let’s get it on…

Think about how old you have to be to even get this joke.
Think about how old you have to be to even get this joke.
When Cops Become Robbers
“The Clock Is Ticking”: Inside the Worst U.S. Maritime Disaster in Decades
Scientists now have evidence Africa is physically splitting into two continents
'Nightmare bacteria' cases seen in 27 states, CDC reports
How China can win a trade war in 1 move
Finland has practically ended homelessness
Scientists harvest first vegetable crop in Antarctic greenhouse
Mobile home loan delinquencies are a warning sign for the economy
How to save another $550 a month
James Cameron's JURASSIC PARK Would Have Been "Nastier, Much Nastier"
That’s it for this week, y'all. Let me know what you thought about this week’s links with a THUMBS UP or DOWN below. Feel free to hit REPLY if you want to discuss anything with me. And, as always, feel free to share far and wide with anyone else you think might enjoy Daveslist.
Have a spectacular weekend, stay safe, and I’ll see you next Saturday!
DAVE
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