Larry Wasserman hath a blog and it is awesome.
I skipped a couple days of gym because I had a cold and because I had to do this test. Now I have to skip tomorrow because the high is supposed to be 100 degrees (38 C for you Yerpians), which is not good for effective training. Or survival.
Because I was up late last night, I don't have much of a "give-a-shit" right now.
Honestly, this global warming stuff is tough. We - that is, oil companies and sovereign governments - have the equivalent of 2795 gigatons of carbon emissions in reserves and can only burn 585 gigatons of it before there's a global calamity. The difference is on their balance sheets and is worth $20 trillion. It's hard to argue against $20 trillion. And reserves are increasing, still, what with new technologies being able to extract more oil from previously theoretical sources.
Guinea pigs as figure of speech: http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2012/06/human_guinea_pigs_and_the_history_of_the_iconic_lab_animal_.html People don't use them anymore, but a couple famous people did and GB Shaw railed about it. Scandinavians, however, use rabbits instead of guinea pigs in their figures of speech.
Jon Huntsman, a man I have always found interesting, has apparently joined a liberalist think tank. http://www.slate.com/blogs/weigel/2012/06/22/jon_huntsman_update_he_lands_a_job_at_a_liberal_think_tank_.html This, of course, means that he is going to be completely persona au gratin politically.
These information strategy interviews at work are pretty interesting.
Seriously, though: Owen Meany.
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