A fine look at one of the best sports announcers around.
Won't appeal to everyone, but I found this satire of Coach Khaki funny.
Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, and friends live.
Link courtesy of Michael Greenspan.
(Compare and contrast: Joe Cocker's version.)
McSweeney's doing its thing.
“You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet” – Suggested rewrite: “You HAVE Seen SOMETHING Yet.”
It helps that the teacher outsmarted himself. They're first graders, dude.
Nobody understands what consciousness is or how it works. Nobody understands quantum mechanics either. Could that be more than coincidence?
I'd be interested in a really good, science-based book or movie about this. In my opinion, with all due respect to Amy Adams, Arrival wasn't it.
"Biological clocks keep flies or mice or people on an approximately 24 hour schedule without requiring any outside information such as whether it is day or night. Flies kept in a constantly dark incubator or people living deep in lightless caves still sleep, wake, and eat on an approximately 24 hour cycle."
"Forget Mac versus PC, or iPhone versus Android — the next great battle is between Google and Amazon"
I'd pick Amazon. But either way, I think Amazon and Google are the winners and Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft will fade.
Yet another qualification to what we were told for so many years.
Although the findings appear to kick against the status quo, they are in line with other recent studies asking similar questions. Research has shown that there is a "J-shaped relationship" between cardiovascular risk and sodium. This means that low-sodium diets and very high-sodium diets both carry a higher risk of heart disease.
Many people in the United States sit in the middle of this curve, where the cardiovascular risk is at its lowest.