Links for you. Science:
You Can’t Trust What You Read About Nutrition: We found a link between cabbage and innie bellybuttons, but that doesn’t mean it’s real
The Quest to Make a Better Mosquito Repellent
Tracking down insertion sequences causing polymixin resistance in Acinetobacter baumannii
I Stand with Linda Sue Beck: The Attack on Science at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (but, why, o why, are so many scientists, especially biologists, not identifying with conservatives?)
mothur and QIIME
“Spotlight” and the last serious conversation I had with a priest
The news notices the news (important)
81% of Democrats Support Single Payer, as well as 58% of all Americans (if Clinton wins, it’s going to be another four or eight years of the rank-and-file having to fight the ‘leadership’ on fundamental policy issues. That part of the 1990s I can do without)
Israel Faces New Brand of Terrorism, This Time From Young Settlers
Orderly but Dumb
Oregon Militiamen Destroy Fence At Wildlife Refuge (at what point will they start killing wildlife?)
Shame the Leeches
Constitutional Cruz control
ObamaCare’s Neoliberal Intellectual Foundations Continue to Crumble
The Strongest Case Yet That Excessive Parking Causes More Driving
Air Force to Delay A-10 Retirement, Thanks to ISIS
In Oregon standoff, local sheriff embraces the spectacle
Angry Militia Leader: Stop Mailing Us Dildos
Yes Son, The Civil War Really Was About Slavery
Why aren’t Hillary and Bernie pushing the public option?
“”they spend and waste their money on all this hateful stuff” (good question at the end; why aren’t the feds doing this?)
An NFL stadium in DC could be suitably urban, but it probably wouldn’t be
If Clinton wins we will have another eight years of you lot feeling disappointed and behaving spitefully and self destructively while the country does OK.
If Sanders wins we will have six months of you lot gloating followed by another seven and a half years of you lot feeling disappointed and behaving spitefully and self destructively while the country does not quite as well due to a chronic lack of executive talent. Do you remember Vinnie Piro and Sal Albano of Somerville, or was that before your time?
All things considered, I prefer to skip the self righteous bleating and go with the proven leadership. Bear in mind that, despite your pretensions, you and your buddies are not the Base of the Party.
“You lot” — there’s a terrific team-building expression. Thanks for reaching out!
HRC’s tenure reflects a lot of things, but “executive talent” is not among them.
> “You lot” — there’s a terrific team-building expression. Thanks for reaching out!
Hippy punching never goes out of style.