The New York Times
· How ‘Phantom of the Opera’ Survived the Pandemic →
“It made me think, ‘Coronavirus must have strangled our passion, too.’”
· Run the Jewels: ‘I want the oppressors to know that they haven’t created complete hopelessness’ →
“Well, whatever minuscule issues that might have been there are magnified,” El-P nods, “because you’re living together on a bus for a year and a half, so you end up wanting to strangle your friend.
· In the Gulf, migrant workers bear the brunt of the pandemic →
Now, even this last line of social protection is strangled by stay-at-home orders, creating a vast need that is not being met by governments so accustomed to offloading responsibility.
The Japan Times
· Why China chose to act in Hong Kong →
But such laws have been delayed for 23 years, since Hong Kong’s return to China, because the opposition has tried in every way possible to strangle them.
· How Do You Kneel on a Neck for Nine Minutes? →
The only thing that has brought me close to this form of killing is Joshua Oppenheimer’s singular film The Act of Killing, about executioners in Indonesia with extensive experience strangling their victims.
· Tributes paid to Boys from the Blackstuff actor Michael Angelis →
With no money and no job and no, no … place!” The episode ends with him strangling and shooting his geese and pigeons just to provide dinner.
· The bills for America's long-term complacency over racism have finally come due →
Yet another black man was strangled to death while begging for his life and pleading that he could not breathe, just a few years after a similar incident in New York.
· Book-loving judge interested in 'humanities and inhumanities' →
His humanity was most evident in criminal trials, especially his presiding over the sentencing in 1994 of a bus driver for strangling a teenager, Jasmin Lodge.
· Silver Miners' Q1 2020 Fundamentals →
Governments strangling their own economies to fight COVID-19 are struggling with collapsing tax revenues.
· Union Pacific Corporation (UNP) CEO Lance Fritz Presents at Bernstein 36th Annual Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript) →
If you wanted to hide off some of the less contributory that in particular you could probably strangle in or that's better than you are today at a smaller base.