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Heather S. Logan
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y'all should make sure you go see this before it ends on saturday. it was the best ever!
 
Thank you to the +Kat HorrorHoneys for saying some pretty nice things about us!

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pretty much.
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welp, i think i just found the thing which will make me stop drinking sodas!
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But since I started drinking it, I haven't had rats crawling over me randomly. So, there's that...
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it's a horrible thing utterly unnecessary in a 21st century world which runs 24/7.
Daylight Saving Time is left-over of early 20th century. It has no purpose in this age.
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Ok, as long as we permanently shift it the hour ahead.  I don't need it sunny at 5am in the summers.
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i knew he was muzzling the scientific community; i just didn't realize how much other decimation he's been inflicting on our nation's scientific culture/heritage.

fucking harper. =(
This is a brief chronology of the current Conservative Canadian government’s long campaign to undermine evidence-based scientific, environmental and technical decision-making. It is a government that is beholden to big business, particularly big oil, and that makes every attempt to shape public policy to that end. It is a government that fundamentally doesn’t believe in…
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i want to take all my shoes to this guy for repair.
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i've been saying this forever. =)
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i'm all over this.
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that would be the way i'd like it to work.
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oh thank god.  here i was just fearing early-onset dementia.

hrm... so, this is the only downside to having built up a great vocabulary, right?
Hugh Pickens DOT Com writes "Benedict Carey writes in the NYT that the idea that the brain slows with age is one of the strongest in all of psychology. But a new paper suggests that older adults' performance on cognitive tests reflects the predictable consequences of learning on information-process...
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Yah, what LRM said.
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A rebuttal to a stupid and dangerous article.
I honestly don't know which part of this "article" (it's actually an advertisement disguised as an article; 'disclosure' comes by way of a single line stating it's an "advertorial" at the very bott...
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"Food, after all, is the one and only construction material for the growing bodies and developing brains of our children. Who among us would sanction building anything we care about and hope to see last—house, car, computer—from junk? How, then, do we tolerate building the bodies of our children and grandchildren from such dubious material?

We would allow no such transgression with other species. Imagine, for instance, surreptitiously slipping artificially colored, artificially flavored loops, masquerading as having something to do with real fruit, to a real toucan. The zoo authorities would, I trust, escort you off zoo grounds—if not in handcuffs—before you could say “red dye number 40.”"
H uman offspring come into this world much like the young of all other mammals, and like all the others, within minutes of our arrival, we are hungry. Food figures prominently in our lives ever after, but never is it more important than in childhood, when it serves as the literal construction ...
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i'm not really surprised, but ugh.  i wonder if +Yoni Freedhoff has seen this.
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Even the sodium in foods apparently is incorrect. It is actually based on a higher daily content than is actually perceived.
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I'm a little afraid to praise this place because I don't want it to get so popular that I can't get in! But, great food, great prices, warm, family atmosphere and the best diner coffee on the North Shore. It can't be beat!
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