"If we cannot put solar power plants in the Mojave desert, I don't know where the hell we can put it [sic]," Schwarzenegger said at Yale University.
All the terrific E-Trade talking baby ads are here.
Humorously depicted here. (Though it does seem to become less frequent around age 40.)
Dr. Seuss's stories were much liked by my children (and by many other people's children).
I was therefore interested in "Ten Stories Behind Dr. Seuss Stories". Oh The Places You'll Go, his final book, published in 1990, still sells about 300,000 copies a year "because so many people give it to college and high school grads".
But if, sadly, you're not, maybe this will be useful: "The 20 Best Job Search Web Sites".
"A Colorado Home Is Ready for Its Owners’ Old Age". (NY Times, 2/18.)
Featuring tidbits such as this:
At a luxury hotel in Japan, for example, if you try to tip anyone from the wait staff at a top restaurant to the hotel concierge, your gesture will be perceived as a rude and flagrant show of wealth. On the other hand, if you skimp on tipping at any restaurant in the United States or to a concierge who has helped fulfill multiple requests, you probably won't be welcome again.
Fine research reveals some of the local specialty dishes McDonald's serves around the world.
Includes Le Croque McDo, the Chicken Maharaja Mac, the McGyro, and in Canada, Poutine.