Want to lose weight? Fidgeting is the answer!
New discoveries in the wold of pheremones.
I guess it's still a jungle out there.
Even the PI has finally noticed there's something fishy about lumping the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan together.
Um. Apparently editorial cartoons are now a felony. If you're an elementary-school student, anyway. Wait, wasn't there a first amendment around here somewhere?
Harvard president thinks women inherently inferior in math and science!
And Spongebob Squarepants encourages kids to be gay! Why do you think his pants are square?
Prenatal exposure to pollution -- the cause of most childhood cancers? Wow.
A passionate defense of social security, encompassing many of the reasons that I would give for not dismantling it.
So, maybe early mammals were predators after all.
And the Inaugeral Travesty is going to cost taxpayers more than $66 million dollars.
At the same time, getting rid of social security isn't even supposed to start saving anybody any money for another 45 years. Could the University of Washington be ground zero for that exciting new virus that wipes out humanity as seen in doomsday scenarios such as Twelve Monkeys and The Stand?
The Washington State Governor controversy is an interesting one. I'm relieved that Gregoire was sworn in, because these days I don't trust any avowed Member of the Republican Party (MoRP). (They're being controlled by robots from outer space, you know.) And I'm tickled that the cries of election fraud are now coming from the wrong side of the tracks as well, because I think that's the first step to making voting reform an issue that everyone takes seriously, as opposed to one that is dismissed as merely partisan sour grapes. It also has proven that MoRPs have no honor and no faith in democracy or law; they just want to win.
And, with a sense of dawning horror, I read Ted Rall.