. . . the researchers found that the position of the human climate niche is projected to change more in the […]
Bryan Norcross: “If the chart in this article is correct, and 80% of us wear face coverings of pretty much any kind, the virus will die out. Social distancing is just gravy. This should be the #1 headline in every briefing.”
Bill Maher’s latest “New Rules” is a 5-minute must-watch. Protect the vulnerable […]
What did we learn from the last one? ‘How To Survive A Plague’ . . . On The Lessons Of AIDS, The Benefits Of Fear, And The Potential For Rage.
What will we learn from this one? Four truly sweet minutes.
Together. Three sweet minutes — from George W. Bush.
Joe Biden and Tara Reade — this opened my eyes.
I had assumed the worst. That something really bad, albeit wildly uncharacteristic of Joe Biden, happened for 60 seconds 27 years ago.
Now, I think that’s likely not what happened at all. Read it and let me know what you think?
If you […]
Here’s an account of how The Gifts Of Solitude became entangled in Amazon’s algorithms. The book itself I don’t plan to read; I already consider solitude a gift and am incredibly grateful not to have had to row across the Atlantic to receive it. But Roz’s Amazon saga was well worth the […]
Jeff C: “The Chart you linked to yesterday addresses deaths but not hospitalizations. Hospitalizations aren’t down because people in their 30s have developed immunity; they’re down because of social distancing! If you increase the number of younger people in the hospital, the system once again gets overwhelmed.”
→ Actually not. Scroll down to […]
Do you know something I think is crazy? We sent $1,200 or more to tens upon tens of millions of people who have not lost their jobs . . . as, thus far, 80% of us have not.
What that tells me is that, in an emergency, under lots of pressure, and with best of […]
Wally, the Emotional Support Alligator . . . and yet somehow I don’t think this is a good idea.
Trump, the very good brain . . . and yet somehow I don’t think THIS is a good idea. (You’re surely sick of these by now, but she’s really good.)
This is a good […]
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My pulse oximeter arrives May 1. You need to read this, then buy one to share with your friends and family. (Just wash your hands after each use.) Every apartment building in America should have one in the mail room (beside a bottle of Purell) with an explanation of why/how to use it.
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Money is a singular thing. It ranks with love as man’s greatest source of joy. And with death as his greatest source of anxiety. Over all history it has oppressed nearly all people in one of two ways: either it has been abundant and very unreliable, or reliable and very scarce.~John Kenneth Galbraith, The Age of Uncertainty
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