Glenn Reynolds hits on something I’ve been thinking about since the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination: the role of everyday coincidences that we normally ignore if there’s no crisis. Glenn notes a few shady-sounding facts surrounding the crazy sign-language interpreter at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service. He is schizophrenic, yet he’d been hired by this company […]
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