Monthly Archives: July 2013
The Onion: New Crispy Snack Cracker To Ease Crushing Pain Of Modern Life
New Crispy Snack Cracker To Ease Crushing Pain Of Modern Life The title is funny enough on its own without the radio report.
Lonely Planet: Top 5 unmissable journeys by rail
Lonely Planet: Top 5 unmissable journeys by rail I love trains as you probably don’t know. I’d like to do at least a few of these train trips in my lifetime.
Comment on Article: Microaggression and Management
Microaggression and Management is an interesting article I found on Medium, a forum that curates a bunch of longer-format articles and blog posts. I don’t always have time to read the articles recommended but I thought I check out this one during a break. I have to say my reaction the article was quite visceral. I […]
The truth with kids
Originally posted on Things Could Be Worse:
Ah yes, this is very true… Things Could Be Worse View original post
More from the BBC on food poverty
Originally posted on Aethelread the Unread:
A few months ago, the BBC published an article on their news website which purported to show how easy it is for a UK resident to eat a healthy, varied and delicious diet for less than £1 a day. I, following in the footsteps of many other people, did…
The terrible and wonderful reasons why I run long distances – The Oatmeal
. The terrible and wonderful reasons why I run long distances – The Oatmeal
Dove Camera Shy
Every woman (and man?) needs to see this. I want my daughter to always think she’s beautiful.
Marching Madness by Celtic Illumination
Originally posted on celticillumination:
Ask the (Science-Based) Pharmacist: What are the benefits of coffee enemas?
Yes, folks, some people think it’s a good idea to shoot coffee up your backside…Excellent objective article by a colleague of mine.
Who Benefits From Economic Recovery?
Everyone is supposed to benefit, right? “A rising tide lifts all boats” is the saying that comes to mind. This statement assumes that an economic recovery will benefit everyone equally. What really happens is the very wealthy benefit the most because they have much more money invested in the economy. But, shouldn’t there also be […]