I saw this on Fark today, and thought it needed to be repeated somewhere other than in a thread which will by tomorrow be forgotten. It’s basically a very good answer to a complaint I hear all the time from backers of privatization and deregulation, people whose primary argument regarding things like universal health care… Read more Can the Federal Government do Anything Right?
The medical drama continues. Sort of. Except now it looks like we’ve started to find out what’s going on with me. In short, it looks like my gallbladder isn’t working right. Not gallstones, mind you — that came out perfectly clean — but rather that the muscle isn’t squeezing like it should. (It might explain… Read more Buying Medications and Herbs Online to Fix My GI System
Unlike every other hero I can remember, Mitchel Hundred isn’t wealthy. At all. In fact, the guy lives in low-income housing. Until he becomes the major of New York. So what catapults a nobody engineer working for the city to the city’s highest office? How about a jetpack, a couple of friends, and the ability… Read more Ex Machina
I gots me an air purifier. Two of them, actually. Whirlpool WhisPure 510 (AP51030S) air purifiers. Worth every penny. This is why:
Kazimierz Dabrowski’s psychological theory of positive disintegration, in short, states that we are programmed from our early childhood by two things: our environment and our biology. We carry that programming through life and build upon it as best we can. However, there usually comes a point in a person’s life where the past programming is… Read more My Positive Disintegration