Simple Minds in concert.
The old 7:1 rule is now, apparently, obsolete.
Made me laugh. (7-minute video clip.)
I don't know about in general, but I do find Graham Norton's show entertaining. (You can just watch the highlights on YouTube.)
Lyme disease is something to be avoided.
A classified list, with links to the relevant articles in Wikipedia, to every lousy way you can think.
The message is that stress can cause hair loss. It will grow back but not quickly.
"But the answers to some of these questions, just lead to more questions." (11-minute video.)
Tesla's AC motor, Howe's sewing machine, the microchip, and more.
Michael Goodwin of the NY Post presents a summary of the case against President Biden's policies.
"Elizabeth Warren Just Blamed High Gas Prices on Corporate Greed. Here’s Why That Doesn’t Make Any Sense"
Pretty simple: you can't explain a change with a constant.
"'This Is Like Nothing I've Experienced Or Seen Before' - Supermarkets Alter Layouts, Use Decoys To Fill Gaps Left By Shortages"
I'm usually willing to trust the decisions of profit-seeking firms in competitive markets, but I don't understand what supermarkets think they'll accomplish with this.
" . . . there are VASTLY better ways to spend $140 billion to improve American lives than to waste it on something that makes NO measurable difference to global temperature."
Twitter thread on why subsidizing electric cars doesn't make good sense.
"Marxist Seattle Councilwoman Faces Recall after Leading Protesters to Mayor’s Home, Misusing City Funds"
Here's hoping that the most shameful NC State economics Ph.D. gets what she deserves.
Not much chance of that, but it's still something to hope for.
Two New York Times reporters ask a very interesting question: given that the Left claims that Republicans/conservatives constantly obstruct, by means both fair and foul, the paradise that Liberals want to give us, what is happening in states run entirely by the Left? Guess. Go ahead, guess. (Devastating 14-minute video at the bottom of the piece.)
Kevin Hassett, chair of Trump's Council of Economic Advisors, takes a victory lap.
"This severely pisses me off. Why? Because I have lost friends to COVID in recent months. Could this medication have saved them?"
This has resulted in both kids getting tested for COVID at least once a month for the past year, she told me. A PCR test is free if you can wait three days to get it back, but then you miss three days of child care, plus there is the $25 dollar copay for the doctor visit. There's also the option of going to a 12 hour return PCR testing site, where you can pay $75 dollars for a test, which means the kids will only miss one day of preschool instead of three.
"We've spent $1,800 dollars over the course of the last 12 months on doctor visits and COVID tests," this mother told me.
I'd expect a lot more of this coming.
If he's right, it's not good news.