Skepchick notes the focus on food on the Left vs. sexuality on the Right. I see the hatred of “unnatural” foods vs. hatred of sex for pleasure as manifestations of the mind/body dichotomy in today’s political divide.
Of all the places I’ve lived in, California has the most insolent drivers I’ve seen.
Massdrop has the Tex Yoda kit on offer. I’d need to solder it together to be able to use it. Feature-wise, this is a dream of a keyboard: 60% layout, my choice of Cherry MX switch, and a trackpoint.
I don’t know all this fancy sportsing talk, but found this simulated drought of talented players amusing.
It’s good to know that it’s been long-recognized that the annual employee review system is more of a political tool than an objective means of job assessment, as pointed out in a literature review over at Overcoming Bias. I’ve come to dread the process, and it’s been a driving reason why my prior departures have been timed around review time.
This is one thing I won’t miss as I strike out on my own.
When I was little, I was fanatical about The Black Hole, a visual spectacle of a film with a haunting soundtrack, but with a flimsy and misguided story. It deserved being a box office flop.
In a market where rehashes of old content dominate, it looks like Disney is getting desperate with its backlog, and is reworking The Black Hole.