Tuesday: Named after the norse god Tyr

I’ve been lax. I now make amends:

  • A public act of civil obedience. AKA, what would happen if everyone drove the speed limit? I don’t think it would come as a suprise to anyone that the main reason for speed limits is revenue generation, not saftey.
  • Wired addresses a subject that you pretty much have to confront when your my age and single. Sasha Cagen wrote a book on the subject titled “Quirkyalone”. Her definition: Quirkyalone (adj): a person who enjoys being single (but is not opposed to being in a relationship) and generally prefers to be alone rather than date for the sake of being in a couple. That pretty much is me to a T.
  • This might just be the feel good story of the year.
  • There is no science and engineering shortfall in the US.
  • My gut reaction about the traffic that MySpace generates was correct. There is no way in hell they do more than Google.
  • and removing one last myth, the trade deficit isn’t a big deal.

By Gary

3 dimples. 7 continents. 130 countries.

2 replies on “Tuesday: Named after the norse god Tyr”

“No science and engineering gap shortfall?” So you’re saying there IS a gap? Help me here, Gary, I lack the requisite scientific education to understand this…

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