Monday, November 27, 2006


Quotes o' the Day

unnecessary risk upon the [NSTA] capital campaign, especially certain targeted supporters.
Excerpt from a National Science Teachers Association letter rejecting a donation of 50,000 copies of An Inconvenient Truth due to the displeasure acceptance of the gift would cause donors to the organization, such as Exxon Mobil, according to the Washington Post.

I've spent a week setting this thing up and using it, and the overall experience is about as pleasant as having an airbag deploy in your face.
From a review of Microsoft's Zune by the Chicago Sun-Times.

Cattle die, kindred die,
Every man is mortal:
But the good name never dies
Of one who has done well.
To commemorate his recently passed father, Milton, David Friedman, a blogger and also a libertarian economist, quoted the Hávamál.

The first part is crazy...just crazy
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