What we're reading: Monday, April 29

Monday, April 29, 2013 at 5:20pm

Here at The City Paper we come across, filter and digest a large amount of information daily on the Internet. Here’s a rundown of some of the recent stories City Paper staffers find interesting and worth sharing.

From The Washington Post: Meet Mr. Money Mustache, who retired at 30

From Deadspin: Rays reporter captures moment of near-death selfie

Form Sport Illustrated: Why NBA center Jason Collins is coming out now

From Gawker: All the Dumb Questions Politico Writers Are Asking Celebrities Tonight

From MLB.com: Everyone is now on notice about the one thing they never should call former Vanderbilt All-American David Price

From Mother Jones: Why Your Supermarket Only Sells 5 Kinds of Apples

From YouTube/NewsChannel5: Tennessee Association of Vintage Baseball

From Slate: The Bad Astronomy blog discusses analemma, or when the sun makes a figure eight

From Vanity Fair: From the true crime department, ‘The Body in Room 348’

From Garden & Gun: How to Bet the Kentucky Derby

From CNBC: Why the jobs outlook just got a whole lot worse

From Quartz: A Chinese sportswear company has trademarked Michael Jordan’s sons’ names


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1 Comment on this post:

By: govskeptic on 4/30/13 at 11:39

The Jobs situation is probably worst as the results of a lazy President and
incompetent administration, with everyone constantly in election mode versus
management of government and resources.

Maybe the Chinese will also be the first to trademark "Jason Collins" name if the
Obama Legacy Co. hasn't already/