Not a surprise: the state of my birth is known for big.
It's a great voice and those Arby's commercials are, once again, really good.
Developed at the University of Connecticut, give it 13 pieces of information and it purports to tell you how many years of healthy life you have left.
My experience is consistent with the finding. (Aka "Usually be wary of the short line.")
The University of Chicago Law Review collects--and makes available free--some fine tributes to, and commentaries on, the late Justice.
That was my intuition when I read the story. Nice to have it supported.
You almost surely won't need this information, but I found it interesting because of the argument that common advice is really wrong.
Good. Another rule I didn't like and didn't need.
Or as Sir Winston supposedly said--but probably didn't--when informed you're not supposed to end a sentence with a preposition: "This is the sort of nonsense up with which I will not put."
"Keyboards come in different languages, and now there's a keyboard for 'legalese.'"
In his own inimitable fashion Kurt tells us how to write a great story. (4.5 minute video.)