Katherine A. Valentine (Singapore Management) Norman P. Li (Gottingen), and Lars Penke (St Andrews): Judging a Man by the Width of His Face: The Role of Facial Ratios and Dominance in Mate Choice at Speed-Dating Events. Petya Y. Puncheva-Michelotti and Marco Michelotti (ESC Rennes): The New Face of Corporate Patriotism: When Domestic Corporate Ownership Fails to Serve the Nation. Jennifer Bennett Shinall (Vanderbilt): What Happens When the Definition of Disability Changes? The Case of Obesity. “You work until you die”: Harold Pollack goes inside America’s fragmented safety net for the disabled. Katherine Harvey reviews A Social History of Disability in the Middle Ages by Irina Metzler. The first chapter from Oxygen: A Four Billion Year History by Donald E. Canfield. Dianne Timblin reviews The Scientific Sherlock Holmes: Cracking the Case with Science and Forensics by James O’Brien; and Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes by Maria Konnikova. Stop listening to rich people: Just because you’re a successful businessman doesn’t mean your policy ideas make any sense. With "Obama's pot dealer beaten to death for farting in gay lover's face", The Daily Mail may reasonably claim to have created the second-best newspaper headline in human history. Adam Martin on Nazis, slavery, lynchings, and more overblown modern analogies. Chasing A-Rod: The struggle between Major League Baseball and one of its greatest hitters over steroids is total war — fought with six-figure payoffs in the tanning salons and strip malls of South Florida.