Everything Else

The New York Times – September 18, 2018

Violence, bitter partisanship, an uncertain future. These are dark times.In fact, humanity just had its gloomiest year in more than a decade, according to a new survey of the emotional lives of more than 154,000 people around the world.

Worry, stress, political mess,

Are drags on people’s happiness.


The New York Times – August 30, 2018

A large study in China suggests a link between air pollution and negative effects on people’s language and math skills.

I’ve found that it doesn’t have to be smoggy,

To find some people whose thinking is foggy.


Slate – August 19, 2018

Every once in a while, Trump’s allies give us the gift of phrases that seem to succinctly illustrate the problem that the commander in chief has with truth and facts. …“Truth isn’t truth!” yelled Giuliani at one point during his interview on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday as he tried to explain why the president shouldn’t testify for special counsel Robert Mueller.

Recall  who is saying that  “Truth isn’t truth,”

When you next walk into the VOTING BOOTH.



Yahoo Finance – June 8, 201

City in China reportedly unveils a walking lane for people who are busy on their phones.

Innovative thinking! And next we envision
Concussion helmets for “heads-down” collision.


Market Watch may 12, 2018

Rising college costs and stagnant wages combined with state and federal disinvestment in higher education have made students and families more reliant on debt to fund a college education.

What will students earn from it?
What will we alł learn from it?