View profile

Marginalia - Issue #8

Revue
 
Johnny Cash was a morse code operator in the Air Force and he was the first American to intercept the
 

Marginalia

June 23 · Issue #8 · View online
Five unverified facts that inspired me to circle them or write them down + weekly highlights from Holy Fool Productions.

Johnny Cash was a morse code operator in the Air Force and he was the first American to intercept the news that Joseph Stalin had died. — The Way I Heard it with Mike Rowe

Richard Dawkins coined the term “meme” in his 1974 book The Selfish Gene. It’s the shortening of mimeme, Ancient Greek for “imitated thing.” This is the same for to the word mime.

Paul was referred to as “the enemy” by James, Peter and the other apostles of Jesus.

Rock climbers try not to shit when on really long climbs, but if they have to, they shit into the air while hanging. — Assessing Risk and Living Without a Rope: Lesson from Alex Honnold, The Tim Ferriss Show

“Truth, uncompromisingly told, will always have its ragged edges.” —Herman Melville, Billy Budd

Podcast Episodes
116: A Small Group of People and a Dog
117: Pity Flea Party
Support
Chad Hall / Holy Fool Productions on Patreon
Added this week:
  • BONUS ?s w/ Marc Ruiz
  • BONUS ?s w/ Mighty Mike McGee
  • BONUS ?s w/ Vinny Le Pés
Did you enjoy this issue?
If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here
Powered by Revue