"Bravo, Helen Self." Indeed.
A fine rant. Sample:
The reason the government wants to move to cars powered by flammable, polluting lithium-ion batteries is because the government claims that clear, non-pollutant CO2 is destroying the planet and causing dire climate change based on inaccurate manipulated computer models.
Then I thought, wouldn't it be nice to travel in a driverless electric car so there would be no worries? After all, our GPS worked well, except:
- It didn't recognize that speed limits changed in construction zones.
- The GPS didn't work in gas stations, restaurants, tolling booths, toll plazas, mountain tunnels, driveways, garages, or over the Hudson River Bridge.
- It was lost for eight miles in Windsor, Ontario trying to get back to the U.S.
Otherwise, it was great.
A nice story.
A nice story and a terrific argument.
Brief interview with the primary Craig Newmark. It reinforces my impression that he's a mensch.
This is a nice story.
One last duty for the old soldier to perform.
“It’s just about the one public service left that I’m doing,” he says. “We don’t have many of the World War II vets left. It’s important to me.”
Long but interesting read for the weekend. One more story of how some wealthy people are--at least for a short while--successfully played for suckers.
I'm so old I remember when there used to something else to help young people turn into adults.
They were called parents.
Also Jonah related: his moving eulogy for his father-in-law.