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American Anti-Government sentiment Apr 3, 2022 Rather than writing much here, I want to refer you to this perceptive article by Ezra Klein. Klein’s two concluding paragraphs should be enough to Proof that the Earth’s Climate is Not Changing Apr 2, 2022 As everyone knows, we Republicans don’t believe facts. So I was very happy when I found this beautiful visualization of monthly global temperature Our Poor Kitchen Apr 2, 2022 We saw the water running out and immediately started mopping up the water with all our house’s towels: Washing machines drain their water The NY Times has a Telegram channel Mar 16, 2022 If you’re woke like me, you’ve probably read a lot about the Telegram messaging app. I downloaded it some time ago and then forgot about it until Amazon loses my smile Mar 16, 2022 When Amazon first introduced its Smile feature, I would start each shopping session by changing the URL from to and History versus the UNC Press fire of 1990 Mar 16, 2022 If future historians are well designed and supplied with sufficient training data, including facial recognition data, they might catch the error in J’ai pensé à ce passage du livre « La septième fonction du langage » de Laurent Binet Feb 18, 2022 Pour aucune raison particulière, je me suis souvenu hier d’un scene qui ma fait rigoler: À l’université de Vincennes, pour accéder aux salles de Sufism in Tunisia Feb 13, 2022 I’ve found Christian Science Monitor stories to be paywalled at times, but I was able to read the entirety of these two stories. In Tunis, artisans Remembering Mark Grandy Feb 2, 2022 Mark Grandy I grew up on Walnut Street in Berkeley, about a block and a half up a hill from the flatlands where Live Oak Park was located. 2022-02-01 OLLI Bottleneck Feb 1, 2022 Dear Howard, I’ve been thinking about how difficult it is, certainly for me, to obtain and organize resources for my OLLI courses. For people like Comparing Gafsa and Chapel Hill Jan 23, 2022 Gafsa is only about 100 miles south of Chapel Hill! Chapel Hill, NC: 35.9132,-79.055844 Gafsa, Tunisia: 34.43114,8.775656 The north-south distance Se oriente, rapaz Jan 12, 2022 En lisant À la recherche du temps perdu de Marcel Proust, on croise un passage où le narrateur décrit le clocher de l’église de Saint-Hilaire dans Feeling nostalgic because of a COVID test Dec 25, 2021 We had to take at-home COVID tests yesterday before going to the home of some very dear friends for an Xmas Eve get-together. This first image shows Fun misunderstandings Dec 18, 2021 I like this one because it kind of makes sense. maybe… Our Living Contradiction Nov 21, 2021 politics The November 14, 2021 issue of the New York Times Magazine contains an article by Jake Silverstein entitled A Nation of Argument. (If you follow the Genetic Geneology Nov 20, 2021 identity The November 22, 2021 Issue of The New Yorker has an article entitled How Your Family Tree Could Catch a Killer by Raffi Khatchadourian. In the PANCHO LÓPEZ Nov 8, 2021 In the summer between my junior and senior years in high school (I think), the father of my best friend, Mark (“Gruesome”) Grandy, found us jobs Burying Google Fiber on Bartram Drive Oct 21, 2021 This is the tool used to punch holes in the earth for the orange conduit that will hold our Google Fiber. It’s kind of like an autonomous In a setback for Apple, the European Union seeks a common charger for all phones Sep 24, 2021 Today’s New York Times reports The European Union unveiled plans on Thursday to make USB-C connectors the standard charging port for all Thinking that we think independently Jul 12, 2021 Posted by a friend on Facebook: It’s interesting that the poster calls this a “random thought” when this is all over social media and even MSM Next page